Posted on - Oct 21, 2016

Sas & Ing Immigration Law Centre proudly assists the Indo-Canadian community to honour the legacy of the Indo-Canadian pioneers and their important contribution to Canada’s past, present and future.

Sas & Ing join the 100 Year Journey Celebration.Sas & Ing join the 100 Year Journey Celebration.Sas & Ing join the 100 Year Journey Celebration.
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