CITY OF PRINCE GEORGE, CANADA ADDS PUNJABI TO STREET SIGNS

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The City of Prince George has its first-ever multi-lingual street name and informational signs. The signs direct visitors to the City’s two local temples and are written in the Punjabi language.

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City of Prince George

Mayor Lyn Hall and members of Council attended a ceremony at the Guru Gobind Singh Temple on Sunday for the unveiling of the signs at the corner of 5th Avenue and Kelly Street. The signs for the Guru Nanak Darbar Temple on Davis Road are expected to be installed this week.

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At its May 11, 2015 meeting, Council passed a resolution to direct staff to move forward with a request from the Guru Nanak Darbar Sikh Society for directional signage. At the following council meeting on May 25, 2015, Council passed a resolution directing staff to move forward with a similar request for signage from the Guru Gobind Singh Temple Association.

News Source – Daily Sikh Updates

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