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Club History

The first meeting of the Club was held in the schoolhouse of the Church of the Redeemer on April 21, 1908. Lady Moss, daughter of Toronto’s second mayor, Mr. Justice Robert Baldwin Sullivan, was the first president.

For over 100 years the Club has fulfilled the original aims: to promote Canadian identity, to foster an interest in public affairs, and to cultivate an attachment to Canadian institutions. These goals are accomplished through a program of speakers who address important topics of the day including current affairs, the arts, history, science and culture.

The speaker at our 50th anniversary, Lieutenant Governor J.Keillor Mackay, spoke on the British Justice System. However, for our 100th celebration, Lieutenant Governor David C. Onley honoured Canadian Women and their achievements challenging the ‘status quo’ over the past 100 years.

Post Card
In 1921 The Women's Canadian Club of Toronto was very active in New York City
From the Postcard: Women's Canadian Club - New York 66 West 49th St. - Pres. Miss Murdoch a friend of mine also Miss Isobel Lount Evans of 160 Claremont Ave. Such an interesting club and fine women in its club for Canada. - Marshall Saunders

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Board of Directors for 2021 - 2022
PresidentKathi Bull
Past PresidentMona Shaw
Recording SecretaryMarylo Sorensen
TreasurerSusan Thexton
    Membership Convenor
    Program Convenor
    Social Convenor
    Special Events Convenor

Diane Manning
Ruth Matheson
Marjorie Paradine
Dian Costello,
Catherine Moore
Luncheon ReservationsEve Jones
WebsiteKathi Bull
Members at Large

Norah Armstrong,
Shirley Kellestine