The Society influenced, both directly and indirectly, the individual and collective activities of its members. Besides providing them with a moral anchor, it was their meeting point socially as well. Under its auspicies, several new Gurudwaras such as those at places like New Westminster, Abbotsford, Victoria, Port Albcrni, Lake Cowichan and Nanaimo were established. The Society set up a library, published books on Sikh religion and history and sponsored competitions in gurbdm recital . The Gurudwaras affiliated to it also published a biweekly newspaper, Canadian Sikh Samachar.
The society steadfastly campaigned for the recognition of the legitimate rights not only of the Sikhs but of all Indian immigrants. It helped them acquire, in 1947, the municipal, provincial and federal franchise and, in 1951, a special agreement which annulled the 1908 legislation, commonly known as `the continuous voyage legislation` and fixed a quota system for Indian immigrants. This agreement was terminated in 1968 henceforth, under the new immigration regulations, the immigrants from India were to be treated on the same basis as those from other countries. K.S.S