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"To us all towns are one, all men our kin.
Life's good comes not from others' gift, nor ill
Man's pains and pains' relief are from within.
Thus have we seen in visions of the wise !."

- Tamil Poem in Purananuru, circa 500 B.C 

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Last updated
30/08/07

Canada & the Struggle for Tamil Eelam
Sri Lanka’s “Shame”: the Massacre of Sixty One Innocent School Girls - Usha S Sri Skanda Rajah,14 August 2007
கனடாவில் கறுப்பு ஜூலை நினைவாக 'சாவிலும் வாழ்வோம்" 25 July 2007
கனடா,கியூபெக்கில்    வெல்க தமிழ் நிகழ்வு, 11 June 2007
Canadian Tamil, Dr. Bhavan Sri Skanda Rajah concludes 6 day fast in sympathy with Tamils in Tamil Eelam, 23 April 2007
Canadian Tamils feel Marginalized and Muzzled - Dr. Bavan Sri Skanda Rajah, Community Editorial Board, Toronto, 3 November 2006 
Canadian Rally Against Genocide of Tamils in Sri Lanka, May 2006
Canadian Students Condemn Sri Lanka Army Attack on Students & Lecturers in Jaffna, Tamil Eelam, December 2005

Tamil Youth Organisation,  Canada
Canadian Tamils observe 4 February 1999 as a day of prayer and fasting
Selected Writings - Velupillai Thangavelu


நெற்றிக்கண் திறப்பினும், குற்றம் குற்றமே..

Tamils Rehabilitation Organisation, Canada  
Tamils Voice Radio, Canada
Candian Broadcasting
Toronto Tamil Community
Ottawa Tamil Community
Montreal Tamil

E-Zines

Ulaka Thamil Oszai
Kuviyam
Nudpam

Pathivukal
Dr. Krishnaswamy Srinivasan
Tamil History Week in Canada, 2003
Canadian Tamil Congress

Canadian Tamils Page

Tamil Nadu Cultural Society of Canada
Tamil World
South Asian Nation: Site for South Asian Youth Worldwide
Canadian Tamil Culture
Canadian Tamil Youth Development Center 
The World Tamil Movement
Student Volunteer Program (TSVP)
Academy of Tamil Arts - Toronto
Digitaltamil Network
Tamilwave
Canadian Tamils Chamber of Commerce

Student Associations

Tamil Student's Association of Guelph
Tamil Students Association of Carleton University
Tamil Students Association of University of Toronto
Tamil Students of Ottawa
Carleton University Tamil Student's Association

Temples

Montreal Murugan Temple
Canada Thirumurai Manram
World Tamil Movement Oli Veechu
Canadian Tamil Hindu Temples
 

Canada - கனடா
- an estimated 300,000 Tamils live in Canada -


Tamils in Canada demonstrate in support of struggle for Tamil Eelam, 29 May 2006


in Toronto more

in Ottawa
[see also Tamils demonstrate in Australia, France, Germany, Switzerland, Finland, Italy,
Netherlands, Norway, Sweden, United Kingdom. South Africa]


Maaveerar Naal 2005 Canada
Tamils in Toronto commemorate Maha Veerar Naal, 27 November 2005


பெண்கள் எழுச்சி நாள் நிகழ்வு - ரொறன்ரோ, 24 October 2005


Pongu Thamizh in Toronto, September 2004


Tamils in Ottawa commemorate Maha Veerar Naal, November 2003

Rhodes Scholar Ashwini Vasanthakumar  "Ashwini Vasanthakumar '04 lived in Sri Lanka, Zambia, and Papua New Guinea before her family settled in Canada and she came to Harvard. Now, she's on her way to England. Vasanthakumar, who was born in Sri Lanka but is now a Canadian citizen, is one of two Rhodes Scholars from the province of Ontario to win the prestigious scholarship this year. Vasanthakumar's academic interests have focused on issues concerning refugees, asylum and citizenship. Her senior honors thesis, entitled "Speaking for the Homeland: the Political Activism of Tamils in Toronto" dealt with the question of whether Tamils-a minority ethnic group in Sri Lanka and India-living in a different part of the world can claim to represent the people of their homeland through activism. more  [note by Sharanya:  Many world leaders though not born in their ancestral lands, still openly support their ancestral land, emotionally, politically, economically and so on. If asking for free trade, global access to markets, and pre emptive strikes are part of the new world order what is wrong in recent migrants talking/supporting political struggles in their home land provided its within the international laws.]

 

background
- Tamils in Canada rally in support of Tamil Eelam,
1995

 

 

 

 

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