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Photo (left to right): Raj Singh Toor, Vice President of the Descendants of the Komagata Maru Society, Surrey Councillor Mandeep Nagra and Mayor Doug McCallum honour victims of Komagata Maru with the new heritage storyboard.
Photo (left to right): Raj Singh Toor, Vice President of the Descendants of the Komagata Maru Society, Surrey Councillor Mandeep Nagra and Mayor Doug McCallum honour victims of Komagata Maru with the new heritage storyboard.

S.S. Komagata Maru under detention in Vancouver Harbour, 1914, with H.M.C.S Rainbow standing by. Vancouver Public Library

Raj Singh Toor picture with Respected Mayor and City of New Westminister Councillors after the Kommagata Maru apology September 27, 2021.

Raj Singh Toor displays an apology from the City of New Westminster for its role in the Komagata Maru incident in 1914. Rob McCullough, the city’s manager of museum and archives, helped research the city’s role.Contributed

Komagata Maru Park unveiling ceremony in Brampton, Ontario, on June 22, 2019. Raj Singh Toor is standing with Nimrat Randhawa, whose great-great grandfather was Gurdit Singh, who chartered the Komagata Maru. Bryon Johnson/Torstar

Vancouver Mayor Stewart Kennedy and City Councillors present the “Komagata Maru Day of Remembrance” Proclamation to Jaswinder Toor and Raj Singh Toor.