About Tibet

About Tibet

Tibet is often called the “Roof of the World” because it is situated on a high plateau in the Himalaya mountain range at an altitude of 4500 metres. Chinese troops first entered Tibet in 1949. In March 1959, a popular…

CTC Impact

CTC Impact

Since 1987, the Canada Tibet Committee has been TIBET’S VOICE IN OTTAWA.  The CTC has brought members of the Tibetan community together with their Canadian supporters in order to deliver a common appeal to the Government of Canada.  We have worked with Government…

The Evolution of Canada’s Tibet Policy

The Evolution of Canada’s Tibet Policy

The Evolution of Canada’s Tibet Policy Until 1969, Canadian support for the Tibetan government was often tentative, but steady. Early correspondence between Canadian diplomats in Peking and New Delhi and their counterparts in Ottawa describes Tibet as an independent state…

News Update

Representative Dr. Namgyal Choedup calls on Canada to help resolve the Sino-Tibetan conflict

Canada’s Foreign Affairs Committee adopts rare all-party motion in support of the Sino-Tibetan dialogue

Sikyong Penpa Tsering to call upon Canada for stronger support to Tibet in his maiden visit to Ottawa

Webinar on Climate Change, Human Rights and Tibet

Climate Change and Environmental Human Rights on the Tibetan Plateau

Alternative ceremony in Ottawa for the Genocide Olympic in Beijing

Demonstration in Ottawa against ‘Genocide Games’ in Beijing

Cross-party group of MPs reassures support to Tibet amidst diplomatic boycotts of Beijing Games

Summer Speaker Series 2021

Tibetan groups meet with MPs to urge Sino-Tibetan dialogue, decry human rights abuses in Tibet

Remembering Raymond Yee – Dedicated Tibet Activist and CTC Board member

Canada Tibet Committee Hosts Virtual Roundtable with Former Canadian Ambassador to China

Canada raises concerns about Tibet at 46th UN Human Rights Council meeting

Canadian Leader of the Opposition Voices Support on Occasion of 62nd Tibetan National Uprising Day

Tibet group appeals for the protection of human rights defenders in Tibet

Tibet group writes to Canadian Foreign Minister amid worsening rights situation in Tibet

Canada welcomes the release of Tashi Wangchuk and calls on China to guarantee freedoms for all Tibetans

Ambassador Dominic Barton: “Given the age of His Holiness, there is an urgency to dialogue”

The Government of Canada shares its current reading of the situation in Tibet

Canadian Ambassador Briefed by CTC Before Tibet Visit