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Stories from the past

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Naveen Girn, guest curator of Echoes of the Komagata Maru 1914-2014, welcomes guests to the official opening of the new exhibit at the Surrey Museum earlier this month.

The stories of the 376 passengers who were denied access into Canada in 1914 is documented on four video screens.

The exhibit runs until July 12.

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