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The aim of The Womenís Canadian Club of Toronto is to promote Canadian identity, encourage Canadian unity, foster an interest in public affairs, and cultivate an attachment to Canadian institutions.




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Happy New Year everyone. I canít believe the 2018/19 year is half over. We had some tremendous speakers in the fall, and Fiona Reid at our Gala Luncheon was extremely entertaining. Weíre hoping that our Winter/Spring guest speakers will be as educational and informative. You will note that we havenít finalized speakers for March and April. Stay tuned and continue to check the website. We expect to finalize our program shortly.

If you havenít yet renewed your membership this year or would like to join us for the second half of the year, you will find a 1/2 year Membership Form under the Membership menu. As well, details of our Spring Luncheon and Annual General Meeting can be found under Luncheon menu. Our first meeting was on January 10th, where we welcomed Ken Greenberg, a noted Urban Planner. Ken spoke to us about the reurbanization of Toronto and his involvement in building Toronto's newest park: the Bentway. I look forward to greeting all of you shortly.

Mona Shaw
president@wccto.ca