Posts Tagged ‘Canadian Tamil Youth Alliance’


Thaalam 2017 Greetings – Premier Kathleen Wynne

By Editor - July 15th, 2017

Thaalam 2017 Greetings - Premier Kathleen Wynne

I commend the Canadian Tamil Youth Alliance for organizing this annual performance. In addition to providing a highly entertaining show, you nurture the potential of young people in our community.



Greetings from Candidate Vijay Thanigasalam – Thaalam 2017

By Editor - July 15th, 2017

Greetings from Candidate Vijay Thanigasalam - Thaalam 2017

To the Canadian Tamil Youth Alliance,   As an active youth leader in our community, I am pleased to support Thaalam 2017: The Ulitmate Gaana Competition.  would like to this opportunity to extend my support to CTYA, a non-profit organization that has continuously worked hard to empower and encourage youth leaders in our community.  …



Thaalam 2017 Greetings from Anthony Perruzza

By Editor - June 23rd, 2017

Thaalam 2017 Greetings from Anthony Perruzza

As Councillor for City of Toronto Ward 8, York West, I would like to take this opportunity to support Canadian Tamil Youth Alliance (CTYA), a not-for-profit youth organization committed to empowering Canadian Tamil youth to become outstanding leaders and citizens in society.



Thaalam 2017 Greetings from MP Gary Anandasangaree

By Editor - June 20th, 2017

Thaalam 2017 Greetings from MP Gary Anandasangaree

As we celebrate Canada 150, we reflect on our shared Canadian values. Paramount to our identity is the strength we draw from our varied cultural backgrounds. Through this event, the Arts & Culture Council of CTYA provides an opportunity for Tamil youth to display our rich Tamil heritage and culture.

Best wishes to all the competing teams and congratulations to all who dedicated their time and hard work to make this event a success.



All Kinds of Squats!

By Editor - November 13th, 2015

All Kinds of Squats!

“Time and time again, I can’t help but notice members at the gym performing exercises with improper form. I don’t mean to be the form police, but I can’t even begin to stress how important form is! By using the correct form, you can prevent unnecessary strain on muscles that are not meant to be the focus of that specific exercise as well as added pressure on joints.”



Top Talents Awards Gala 2015 – Nomination Package

By Editor - August 24th, 2015

Top Talents Awards Gala 2015 - Nomination Package

The Canadian Tamil Youth Alliance (CTYA) will be holding its 5th annual Top Talents Awards Gala in December 2015. We are now accepting nominations for our 2015 awards. If you or someone you know has been a high achiever and is an outstanding leader in the community, make sure you submit your nomination package by November 6th, 2015 at 6pm.



Greetings for Thaalam 2015 – Councillor Mike Layton

By Editor - July 4th, 2015

Greetings for Thaalam 2015 - Councillor Mike Layton

Congratulations to CYTA and to all those who have worked tirelessly to deliver what is sure to be a very exciting event. Please accept my best wishes for an enjoyable event and continued success.



Greetings for Thaalam 2015 – Hon. Judy Sgro

By Editor - June 30th, 2015

Greetings for Thaalam 2015 - Hon. Judy Sgro

On behalf of the Parliamentary Caucus of the Liberal Party of Canada and our Leader Justin Trudeau, I am deeply honoured and pleased to add my name to the list of those extending best wishes as you compete and showcase your personal talents and skills through this up-beat and invigorating genre of music.



When

By Editor - May 31st, 2015

When

When the bombs fall
The tears of orphan children flood the debris
Anguish in their eyes echo and burn the souls of their dead parents
Their eyes burdened with sorrow purges bloodshed and conflict
And any hope that fills the world disintegrates with the rotting corpses



News Release: CTYA Stands in Solidarity with the Jaffna Students protesting the decision to defer the release of the UNHRC report

By Editor - February 24th, 2015

News Release: CTYA Stands in Solidarity with the Jaffna Students protesting the decision to defer the release of the UNHRC report

The Canadian Tamil Youth Alliance (CTYA) strongly disagrees with the latest UN decision to defer the release of the investigation into the mass crimes committed by the Sri Lankan state against the Tamil people. The UN has continued to fail the Tamil community in search for accountability through international measures, as this deferral is a direct denial of human rights and justice.