Organizers say more than 175,000 came to the three-day event on Markham Road
Lifeboat carrying refugees 30 years ago into Newfoundland on display this weekend
On Sunday July 17th, 2016 the Canadian Tamil Congress hosted the Yagnaseni Musical Dance in support of establishing a Tamil Chair at the Harvard University (USA).
Tamil Fest must move, because it will keep growing.
The Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, today issued the following statement on the Seventh Anniversary of the End of the..
In 2006, thousands of Tamils were forced to flee their homes in Sampur village due to...
The Canadian Tamil Congress (CTC) 9th annual Pongal Dinner was celebrated on January 16th, 2016 at the Hilton Suites..
Tamil Fest broke records in its second year, drawing over 150,000 visitors from across North America and becoming the largest event to be hosted in Scarborough. Hosted by the Canadian Tamil Congress, the annual festival took place from August 26...Read more
Festival Expected to Draw 150,000+ Visitors Tamil Fest, which celebrates the richness and diversity of Tamil Canadian arts, culture, cuisine, and entertainment within the Canadian landscape, will be kicking off with an opening ceremony on Friday, August 26, 2016, in...Read more
Tamil Heritage Month – Canada We thank and congratulate Mr. Gary Anandasangaree, Member of Parliament for Scarborough-Rouge Park, for introducing a motion today in the House of Commons, calling on the Canadian Parliament to officially declare the month of January...Read more
May 18th will be forever etched in our memories as the day when Tamils around the world watched in horror as the war in Sri Lanka came to a disastrous end. Thousands of innocent people were slaughtered. Seven years later,...Read more