Interested in Studying in Canada? Meet us in Ahmedabad and Kolkata
Our education officers will interact with students and parents, provide information and answer queries on Studying in Canada at the 2013 Times Education Boutique in Ahmedabad and Kolkata.
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Canada-India Match-Making Mission on Water Technologies, Delhi: April 8-10
A Canadian delegation led by International Science and Technology Partnerships Canada (ISTPCanada), together with India’s Global Innovation Technology Alliance (GITA), the International Trade Branch, Ontario Ministry of Economic Development, Trade and Employment and the Government of Alberta, will visit New Delhi, India to forge new business and Research and Development (R&D) collaborations with Indian partners, and explore the water technology market in India. The visit will also create a forum for discussion on future collaboration in water technologies and future funding opportunities for industry-led Canada-India R&D projects.
Breakfast with India’s Finance Minister in Toronto: April 15
The Canada-India Business Council (C-IBC) invites guests in Toronto, Canada, to a breakfast meeting with India’s Finance Minister P. Chidambaram.
Connect with Canada
Drop in at Canada’s High Commission in Delhi and Consulate General in Chandigarh to connect with fellow Canadians, alumni of Canadian universities and colleges, and friends of Canada:
High School Students, study in Canada this summer! Application Deadline: May 1
High School students can apply for the University of British Columbia's Summer Scholars Program, a two week summer course for international students.
Indian film at DOXA Vancouver: May 3-12
Check out DOXA, the Documentary Film Festival in Vancouver this May. Internationally acclaimed Indian film, Fire in the Blood, by director Dylan Mohan Gray will also be screened at the festival on May 5 and 9.
Canadian Tulip Festival: Ottawa-Gatineau, May 3-20:
Traveling to Canada in May? Be sure to check out the Canadian Tulip Festival. First held in 1953 under the inspiration of internationally renowned photographer Malak Karsh, the festival is now the largest tulip festival in the world, welcoming more than 500,000 visitors every year to admire the one million tulips that are in bloom in Canada’s National Capital during this period!