About CINS

The Canada India Network Society (CINS) is a, non-profit society registered in the province of British Columbia, Canada, in 2010, to Build a Global Healthy Civil Society.

We conceptualize, collaborate and coordinate between people, organizations and institutes to improve the health of people of Canada and India. We believe health is an integral component of an economy, environment and education. Our efforts will support trade and economic development between Canada and India. Our work has led to innovative programs and network opportunities in health that support educational, economic, cultural and social links between Canada and India.

About CINS

The Canada India Network Society (CINS) is a, non-profit society registered in the province of British Columbia, Canada, in 2010, to Build a Global Healthy Civil Society.

We conceptualize, collaborate and coordinate between people, organizations and institutes to improve the health of people of Canada and India. We believe health is an integral component of an economy, environment and education. Our efforts will support trade and economic development between Canada and India. Our work has led to innovative programs and network opportunities in health that support educational, economic, cultural and social links between Canada and India.

CINS Goals:

    • To promote, collaborate and coordinate programs and workshops between people, organizations and institutes in Canada and India.
    • To develop innovative programs and network opportunities to support economic, cultural and social links between Canada and India.
    • To raise and distribute funds to support collaborations, workshops and programs.
  • To plan, organize and manage programs in health, education, technology, business and economic development, in furtherance of a Healthy Civil Society .
  • To enter into contracts with other business, individuals and organizations in order to carry out the functions and activities of the Canada India Network Society.

Volunteers

As CINS is a non-profit society we are always honored by volunteer support we have received via our events and/or projects. With 100s of volunteers over the years and thanks to them, we have been able to achieve our current successes. Including CINI conferences and ongoing projects. For our student volunteers, we are proud to provide certificates for volunteers looking for credits.

Interested in being a volunteer? Please get in touch below.

CINS Volunteeri

CINS Board of Directors 

Dr. Arun Garg (chair)

Dr. Arun Kumar Garg is a Global Physician with a passion for Healthy Civil Society. A consultant medical biochemist from 40 years at Fraser Health

Minnie Downey

Minnie has been a director on the CINS board since 2010. She currently works as the Executive Director with the BC SUPPORT Unit.

Davin Garg

Davin Michael Garg has been on the CINS Board since 2008. He regularly serves as the Master of Ceremonies for the CINI galas.

Maneesh Nanda

The CINS International Advisory Committee

Joanne Curry

Tania Bubla

Mike Allard

Simon Sutcliffe

Kathy Kinlock

Victoria Lee

Anupam Sibal

Jeff Norris

Padam Shree H.R. Nagendra

Bruce Ford

Laxmi Yatham

Neil Fraser

Stephen Doodley

Dr. Vijay Agrawal

Manjunath Sharma

Dr Chinmay Pandya

Dr. Graham Dickson

Marc Pelletier

The CINS Cabinet

Jessie Downey

Director of Technology & Logistics

Reza Alaghehbandan

Director of Evidence & Science

Manav Chaudhary

Director, India Office

Jessie Lehail

Director of Communications

Founding Sponsors:

Simon Fraser Univerisity

British Columbia Institute of Technology

Medtronic

Fraser Health Authority

Kwantlen Polytechnic Univerisity

UBC Department of Pathology and Medicine

Sponsors:

Community Partners:

Media Partners:

Voice Media Group