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Tibetan Resettlement Project film fundraiser

Thumbnail image for Himalayas.jpgA visit from the Dalai Lama in 2007 - and his conversation with Prime Minister Stephen Harper - paved the way for a thousand displaced Tibetans to come to Canada. Ninety of them will be coming to Ottawa between now and 2016, with a lot of help from a local group that's raising money to support them while they get settled. Alan spoke with two volunteers from the Tibetan Resettlement Project Ottawa about their fundraiser on October 15th - a screening of Prince of the Himalayas, a version of Hamlet set in 7th century Tibet.

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