FIND AND CONNECT WITH INDIAN COMMUNITIES IN CANADA
Since the first Indians landed in Vancouver, British Columbia in 1904, Indians have grown into one of the largest and most vibrant communities in Canada, the third largest after Chinese and Filipino communities. In 2013, 33,000 Indians were issued permanent residence visas.
These days, the largest communities of Indians are located in British Columbia and Ontario, with 300,000 Indian Canadians residing in Toronto alone. Many Indian newcomers have gone on to work in major Canadian industries such as healthcare, science and IT.
Source: CIC News
High Commission of India – Provides consular services and assistance to Indians in Canada
India Canada Association - Not-for-profit, volunteer based organization serving the Indian community in the National Capital Region
India – Canada Cultural Association - Non-profit charitable organisation that promotes Indian culture and heritage among residents of Saskatoon and beyond
Asian Heritage Society Manitoba – Society consisting of representatives from many Asian communities
Asian Heritage Society of New Brunswick - Non-profit organization with members from diverse Asian Canadian communities