Spirit of India

To mark the spirit of India’s 71st Independence Day, Indo-Canada Association held a picnic on August 19th, Saturday in...

Festivals of India!

ICAMONCTON put on a stunning display of dance performance at the Asian Heritage Cultural Gala held at the Capitol...

Diwali Dhamaka

Diwali is the most significant festival in India and is celebrated all across the country, so naturally, Diwali here...

Welcome to Moncton

A complete resource for Indian communities in The Greater Moncton Area. We welcome all Indian newcomers and help them become a valued member of the Canadian family.


India Celebrated

On September 30, the Indian community of Greater Moncton gathered to celebrate various Indian festivals from different parts of the country. Festivals like Dusshera, Garba, Dandiya, Vijaya Dashmi and Battukamma were celebrated with pomp and gaiety. The celebration...

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Fall, Fun, Food & Fiesta.

The Indian Association of the Greater Moncton region celebrated the fall season with gathering at Riverview on Saturday, September 9. The event brought together old and young, visitors and residents alike. The evening started with a presentation on the history of the...

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Picnic of 2017

As anyone living in the Maritimes can tell, that the short summer we get is absolutely stunning and beautiful. For three months of summer, the entire province becomes sort of a Carnival with events and activities planned throughout the city for all ages. With the same...

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The Indo-Canada Association of the Greater Moncton Area is a registered Not for Profit organization. The mission of the association is broadly divided into three parts.

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To help all Indians immigrating, or planning on immigrating to Canada, especially Moncton and New Brunswick.


To reach out to all Canadians of Indian origin across Canada, and help them connect and move to this beautiful city of Moncton.


The association helps build a strong bond with the local Indian community by organizing social and cultural activities in the region.