Immigration to Canada.

The immigration of Keralites from the Indian state of Kerala to Canada began in the 1960s, driven by economic prospects and education opportunities. Many skilled workers and students moved to Canada, contributing to sectors like healthcare and IT. They settled mainly in provinces such as Alberta, Ontario, and British Columbia. Challenges included adapting to a new culture and climate. Keralite immigrants formed vibrant communities, preserving their culture and traditions. Family reunification and acquiring Canadian citizenship were important aspects, leading to a significant Keralite diaspora in Canada.