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Quick Facts

  • Founded in 1977
  • Premier not-for-profit, member and sponsor funded business organization
  • 1500 + members from the Canadian business and professional communities

Management

Governed by a Board of 15 Directors (9 elected at the Annual General Meeting)

Committees

  • Affinity
  • Business Development
  • Cricket
  • Events
  • Energy
  • Finance
  • Golf
  • ICT
  • Logistics & Supply Chain Committee
  • Marketing & Communications
  • Membership
  • Mining
  • Mentorship & New Immigrants
  • Research
  • SME
  • Trade
  • Tourism & Hospitality
  • Women Entrepreneurs & Professionals
  • YPE

Councils

  • Alberta
  • British Columbia
  • Manitoba
  • Nova Scoita
  • Quebec

Membership

  • Life
  • Corporate
  • Regular
  • Student
  • Associate
  • Enterprise

Events

On an average, ICCC organizes 80+ events annually

The Chamber’s 4 marquee events are:

  • Annual Awards & Gala Night June
  • Classic Golf Tourney July/August
  • Holiday Dinner & Dance November/December
  • India Trade Mission (including Pravasi Bharatiya Divas India) January

About Us

Overview

Founded in 1977, the Indo-Canada Chamber of Commerce (ICCC) is a non-profit, non-partisan organization.  Our programs and policies foster individual initiative, and the ability of members to make a significant contribution to the economic, cultural and social fabric of Canada.

Mission

The ICCC’s mission is to be the premier, privately funded, Indo-Canadian business organization in Canada by:

  • Promoting the business, professional, and general well-being of Indo-Canadians.
  • Creating positive awareness of the high degree of contribution of the Indo-Canadian business and professional community.
  • Facilitating business and trade opportunities between Canada and India, and the Indian diaspora throughout the world.

Objectives

  • Provide members with a forum for networking, sharing ideas, information and experiences in order to promote mutual business success.
  • Create learning opportunities through seminars, workshops and conferences.
  • Foster international commerce between Canada, the Indian sub-continent and other countries around the world by creating relationships and links with global business organizations.
  • Publicly recognize the achievements of business and community leaders at our Annual Awards and Gala Night.

Programs & Events

  • Business and professional seminars with prominent speakers in the areas of finance, investments, international business and trade, information technology, and public policy.
  • Hosting Indian trade delegations and senior political and business leaders.
  • Seasonal social gatherings such as the Winter Gala (Holiday Dinner and Dance).
  • An Annual Awards and Gala Night that publicly recognizes achievements in the community.
  • An annual General Meeting where the year is reviewed, and the Board of Directors is elected.

Organizational Structure

  • ICCC is governed by a Board of Directors consisting of 15 Directors.
  • Nine Directors are elected at the Annual General Meeting, and six  Directors are nominated by the Board from various nominations received.
  • An Executive Committee is elected within the Board, consisting of the President and four Vice Presidents. 
  • The ICCC Board of Directors is also aided by an Advisory Board, consisting of 11 seasoned business and professional leaders from within the community.
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