Community Leader

Anu Vittal works with numerous not-for-profit organizations across North America and Canada. For her efforts, Anu was awarded the top 25 Canadian Immigrant Award in 2008, by the Ministry of Immigration and Citizenship. Anu is also an ambassador for the Prepare for Canada program that helps inspire and guide new immigrants in their communities. She also serves a Director on the board of Access Employment, Sampradaya Dance Creations and as Chair for Diversity and Inclusion forum at the Western GTA Summit 2014.


  • 2011: Board of Director, Sampradaya Dance Creations
  • 2011: Board of Director, Access
  • 2011: Festival Director, Mosaic Festival
  • 2008: Top 25 Canadian Immigrant Award
  • 2007 – 2010: President of Mississauga Arts Society


Canadian Community Arts Initiative is a registered non profit organization that is run by a volunteer Board of directors. Mosaic Festival is the premiere event organized by CCAI to foster the arts and culture in Canada and showcases South Asian and other cultural influences that Make Canada a rich in its multi cultural aspirations.

One of the challenges facing the myeloma patient community is the general lack of awareness of this relatively rare cancer. Consequently, many patients are not well-informed about the resources that are available to them and often feel alone in their battle.

To address this concern, Myeloma Canada, a non-profit entity with charitable organization status, was created in 2005 by and for people living with multiple myeloma

YouWeCan is here to generate awareness and facilitate early Detection of Cancer. We aim to reach out to one and all to engage with the disease and fight to WIN. The spread is fast and wide and we will endeavour control through early detections for which we will also produce facilities across the country.


The mission of Canadian Immigrant is to be the world’s number one online and print resource for Canadian immigrants by helping them to settle in Canada successfully as they move through their immigrant journey.

For her efforts, Anu Vittal was awarded the “Top 25 Canadian Immigrant” award in 2008.

At ACCES Employment, we have been connecting employers to qualified candidates since 1986. More than 15,000 job seekers are served annually at our 5 locations across the Greater Toronto Area (GTA).

As a not-for-profit charitable organization, we provide both job seekers and employers with high quality services at no cost.

Leading Canadian bharatanatyam dance Academy and Company founded by Lata Pada. Performing classical and contemporary choreography in Mississauga, Toronto and internationally.

Anu Vittal recently celebrated the amazing Taj Tour all across Canada with Kabir Bedi and Lisa Ray and we soon hope to present this on a global stage as a world class production that transcends dance and arts in every sense of the world.


A unique group of 25 artists, the word diversity is key in describing the society, as one can find a broad spectrum of medium including pencil, pastels, pen & ink, oil, acrylic and watercolor. One can also find a diverse range of styles, including realist, impressionist, expressionist and abstract, as well as a wide range of subject matter.

Currenty we hold 2 group shows annually, our spring and falls shows, we also hang work in various locations throughout the year.