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CTC and TCCA Remember All Victims of the Ottoman-Armenian War Tragedy, 1915

Posted on: April 23, 2021 CTC and TCCA remember in sadness, once again, the victims of the Ottoman-Armenian conflict during the First World War.  As Canadians we stand, always, for historical truth and ultimately ethnic reconciliation within the cherished Canadian multiculturalism. As a dreaded manifestation of any war, the Ottoman-Armenian conflict was a tragedy.  It […]

CTC disagrees with restrictions on high-tech exports to Turkey

Posted on: April 15, 2021 Dear Mr. Prime Minister, The Council of Turkish Canadians (CTC) condemns Global Affairs decision to cancel permits for export of hi-tech military equipment to Turkey. This is a biased decision and reflects the Canadian Armenians’ disproportionate influence on Canadian foreign policy. No ethnic group should be allowed to determine Canada’s […]

CTC appeals Canadian government to maintain neutrality in Caucasus conflict

It’s been a known fact that United Nations Security Council released four separate resolutions asking Armenia to withdraw its occupying forces from neighboring Azerbaijan’s territory called Nagorno-Karabakh. This situation has been ongoing since 1992 forcibly making over a million Azerbaijani citizens refugees in their own homeland and Armenian expansionism has been threatening the stability in the […]

CTC remembers slain diplomat Col. Attila Altıkat

Aug 27, 2020 The Council of Turkish Canadians (CTC) keeps alive the memory of Col. Attila Altıkat with a special Wreath Laying Ceremony on Thursday, August 27, 2020 at 14:00. The Special Service will be held in front of the Fallen Diplomats Monument at the Corner of Sir John A. Macdonald Parkway and Island Park […]