During the past 6 years of existence, TCICS has passed many ups and downs and like many other newly formed organizations had to deal with different issues and problems, yet it made its way up to being recognized by City Authorities and the community members. Number of members increase gradually, few projects were initiated and the strategies were cleared. TCICS has been working hard in keeping alive the heritage, art, literature and customs of Iran and make sure that the community at large are getting familiar with all these.
TCICS has been celebrating Iranian events such as Nowruz, Yalda, Mehregan and in 2014 for the first time managed to have the celebration of Chaharshanbeh Suri at Tricity.
TCICS is proud of its success in making its way through and being recognized by government authorities. In 2011, TCICS managed to collect $6000 donation toward opening the Farsi Section at Coquitlam Public Library, with 2000 donated books by Atefeh Sarafi. In 2012, TCICS received a $2000 grant for Nowruz celebration from Ministry of Multiculturalism, in year 2013 received a total of $13,400.00 of grants from Spirit of City of Coquitlam, for Chaharshanbeh Suri and Nowruz celebration and was nominated to receive the Nisaka Award by Ministry of International Award