The Canadian Malayalee Association (CMA) is a secular, non-political, non-partisan, and an incorporated non-profit organization (Reg. No:1701711) of Keralites in Canada. To promote social and cultural integration of Malayalees in Canada
The Mission of Canadian Kerala Cultural Association of Alberta is to promote and preserve Multiculturalism in Canada by enhancing and sharing the culture and heritage of Kerala, while serving the changing needs of our community.
"Toronto Malayalee Samajam, the oldest Malayalee Samajam in North America was established in 1968. Samajam is a secular, non-political, non partisan, and not for profit organization. Over the years the Samajam officials keenly safeguarded the above objectives. Today Samajam has over 1000 Malayalee families as life members."
"The idea of a Malayalee society was born with the aim of uniting all sections of the Malayalees in the Niagara region under one movement. Grimsby, St. Catherine's, Thoroughbred, Niagara Falls, Niagara on the Lake, Port Cologne, Fort Erie and Valent are all covered by the Niagara Malayalee Society. The uniqueness of the Niagara Malayalee community is that there are no caste, religion or political divisions in the non-profit organization."
Grand River Malayalee Association (GRMA) is a non-profit cultural organization incorporated under the laws in the province of Ontario, Canada. It is a voluntary community organization of the people of Kerala (a south Indian State) who reside in the Kitchener, Waterloo, Cambridge, and Guelph areas in Ontario, Canada.