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Vaisakhi crowd estimated at 200,000

An event bigger than one-third of Surrey's normal population filled the streets of Newton on Saturday at the annual Vaisakhi Parade.

About 200,000 were expected to partake in the Sikh holiday's parade, music, demonstrations and food.

 

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