Shruti Malhotra


Shruti is from Chandigarh, UT, India. She lives with her husband and two children in Kingston since 2011. She has a Bachelor’s degree in Arts and Diploma in Interior Designing. She worked in the Banking industry (2001) and as Assistant Manager in the Retail industry (5 years). Currently, she works as a Client Advisor at the Royal Bank of Canada. Shruti has been a very active contributing executive member in ICA since July 2017.

Chandra Prakash Joshi

Member-at-Large (hon.)

Chandra Prakash is from Rishikesh (Uttarakhand), India. He lives with his wife and daughter in Kingston since 1999. He has earned Ph.D. (Physics), DABMP (USA), FCCPM (Canada). Chandra has professional experience as a Medical Physicist for 31 years. Currently, he works as a Medical Physicist (Radiation Oncology), Cancer Centre, KGH and as Asst. Professor in Oncology & Physics, Queen’s University. Chandra Joshi has been very active with ICA as President (2017-2019), secretary (2015-2017) and member-at-Large (2011-2015)

Vidya Rao


Vidya is from Karnataka, India. She and her husband live in Kingston since 2006. She has a PhD. in Biochemistry from Manipal University. She taught and performed research in India, USA, and Canada. Currently, she works for a Non-profit organization in Kingston. She has been an active volunteer with ICA since 2017.

Deepak Kumar


Deepak Kumar is from Faridabad, Haryana, India. He lives with his wife and two children in Kingston, Canada since 2003. He has MBA and BS in Mechanical Engineering. Currently, he is working as Director of Marketing for New York Air Brake in Watertown, NY, USA. He has been active in ICA Kingston for 10+ years and held positions of secretary, treasurer and member-at-Large.

ICA Kingston – Heritage Day, 29 March 2020 – Cancelled Due to Pandemic

Dear Members of the Indo-Canadian Community:

Please join us for the 41st Heritage Day on 29th March 2020, Sunday from 2:00 pm to 5:00 pm celebrated by the India-Canada Association of Kingston. Please see the flyer for the venue and ticket information. Heritage Day is celebrated by the Indo-Canadian community members to showcase the diverse cultural components of various regions through Classical and Folk Dances; Classical and Light Music; and Skits. In addition, we also present invited items and professional performances. The program items are performed by all age groups as young as 3-5 yrs, to teens and adults. It is a community event open to the public done in the spirit of upholding and spreading the culture to the people who are interested in Indian Culture and Heritage. Your presence will make the event successful and enjoyable. Looking forward to seeing you all.


Please use the Eventbrite link to book your tickets: