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The aim of The Women’s 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 and a warm welcome to the winter/spring 2017 season of distinguished speakers and events organized by The Women’s Canadian Club of Toronto. Our lecture series is delivered at centrally-located St. Andrew’s United Church, 117 Bloor Street East (south side), Toronto (Wheelchair accessibility via Hayden Street).

We open our winter series on Thursday, January 12, 2017 at 1:30 pm by welcoming retired Ontario Provincial Police Sergeant Robert Paterson. He will be speaking on senior safety tips.

An exciting day trip is planned for Tuesday, April 25, 2017 as members and guests enjoy a guided tour at The McMichael Art Gallery followed by lunch in the Gallery’s Acura Restaurant. Please join us for this Special Event.

We are delighted to welcome Alan Mallory, author of The Family That Conquered Everest, as keynote speaker at our Spring Luncheon and Annual General Meeting on Thursday, May 11, 2017 hosted at The Faculty Club.

Our non-partisan Club is always eager to welcome new members and their guests from all walks of life so please consider joining us! As President, it is indeed my pleasure to welcome everyone.

Best wishes for health and happiness in 2017!


Helen Wright
president@wccto.ca