The Turks and Caicos Islands And Canada!

Reviving the Dream:
A Place In The Sun!

 Sign The Online Petition



The Turks And Caicos Islands
The Next Canadian Province?
Huffington Post 07/02/2013

Nova Scotia Votes Unanimously To Let TCI Join Their Province.

Turks and Caicos move to join Canada

Sign an Online Petition

Canada's Caribbean ambition

A Message from an MP
Peter Goldring

The Benefits of Association

Turks and Caicos Islands Proposed union with Canada, Wikipedia

The Fiscal Agreement between TCI and Canada, Signed June 22, 2010


The Ocean Front

Check It Out

Googles Images of TCI

Get Involved 
Get Organized.

Email Your Friends
About This Site.

Put up the posters at ethnic clubs, churches, community centers, restaurants, and schools. 

Promote this effort and this site through newspapers, radio, talk shows, and word of mouth. Be creative. 

The Government Needs To Know
That We Welcome
A Place In The Sun

Creating A Formal Association Between the Turks & Caicos Islands and Canada

Let’s Petition the Government of Canada to Work Toward a Mutually Beneficial Association Between TCI and Canada.

Good reasons for this initiative to succeed.

1. Thousands of Canadians spend millions of dollars in the Caribbean and the United States every winter, with little appreciable benefit to the Canadian economy. As well, ensuring Canadian dollars are not exchanged into US dollars would favourably benefit our balance of payments and our exchange rate.

2. Baby boomers are looking for somewhere safe and convenient to vacation. Foreign travel medical insurance is extremely expensive and will be out of reach for many retirees. Why not have our Medicare system available in a tropical territory within Canada.

3. Residents of TCI have previously expressed interest in joining our country. In 1986, and independent survey of TCI residents showed 90% support in some type of association with Canada.

Canada rejected the idea of association with TCI twice, in 1974 and in 1987. Let’s not make the same mistake a third time.


With Just a Click Let’s
Email our Ministers of Parliament.

Several Easy Ways To Send This Message
To The Canadian Government

1. Send A Letter to the Minister of Foreign Affairs
The Honourable John Baird
Baird, John (Hon.)


Or call: Parliament Hill:
Telephone: (613) 992-8053
Fax: (613) 995-0687

Or write the Department:
Foreign Affairs
Lester B. Pearson Building, Tower "A", 10th Floor
125 Sussex Drive
Ottawa, Ontario
K1A 0G2
Telephone: (613) 995-1851
Fax: (613) 996-3443

2. Send a Snail Mail Letter  To Your Local MP's Address.

Print Off and Use The Following   Sample Letter.

3. Or Use this Sample Letter to Send An Email
To Your Own Minister of Parliament

First, Find The Email Address of Your MP.
Then Copy and Paste That Email Address Into
A Prepared Email or Use the Sample Letter Mentioned Above

These letters are already written for you.
Just add your Name, Address, and Phone Number.
Also add any other reasons you may want the Turks and Caicos Islands to join or associate with Canada.

A Formal Association
Between the Turks & Caicos and Canada is Possible.

So Be Creative.
And Let The Government Know That We Want A Place in The Sun

The Turks & Caicos Islands Information Directory

The Google Information Directory on TCI In Canada

The Promotional material and Angelfire advertizing below may not reflect the views of this site.

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4. Or Send a Prepared Email to the MPs of Your Province.

 Just Pick Your Province And Click Send.

British Columbia
Nova Scotia
New Brunswick
Prince Edward Island
Northwest Territories

If Your Email works with HTML then
these letters are already created for you. Make sure up to date addresses are used as there was a recent election since this page was originally created.