History and Location
Located in Ottawa, the capital of Canada, the Centre was initiated in 2010 by Carleton University and leaders from the Indo-Canadian community in collaboration with the High Commission of India. The Canada-India Centre (CICE) is located in the River Building, home to many of Carleton University’s most prestigious programs – the Norman Paterson School of International Affairs, School of Public Policy and Administration, and the School of Journalism and Communications.
Building on Carleton University’s strong tradition of community engagement, and 40 years of experience in working with India, the Centre brings together scholars and practitioners in different fields to contribute to policy initiatives that benefit both countries. The School of Public Policy and Administration, the Sprott School of Business, the School of Engineering and Design, Azrieli School of Architecture and Urbanism and the Faculty of Science work collaboratively to assure an interdisciplinary approach to research to address the most pressing issues facing India and Canada. The Centre is a hub of research, and partnerships that expand perspectives, build stronger connections and leverage great ideas into economic engines.