"Canada's 100-year-old temple
Year-long celebrations planned to honour the Sikh temple, a century-old sanctuary in western Canada..."http://english.aljazeera.net/video/amer ... 95984.html
I think the story of this temple is pretty amazing. My next question is "Are there any 100-year-old Buddhist temples in any western countries? And have any of these been designated World Heritage sites? If not, why not?"
Perhaps the Sikhs had such success because they were such a tightly knit immigrant community. Many of us Buddhists in the west exist in a fragmented, isolated way, and for this reason, often achieve much less.