Logo: City of Kingston, Ontario, Canada                                  

Canadian Club of Kingston

Welcome Members and Potential Members

Updated: 06 February 2019                           Next Speaker: Thursday, 14 February 2019

Speaker: Helen Humphreys, Kingston Author

Topic: "How a Novel is Written - A Craft Talk "


Please note that, given the closure of Minos Village, the location for luncheons for the 2018-19 Program year will at the Cataraqui Golf and Country Club, Banquet Hall on the second Thursday of each of the eight months of the Program. For those interested, please see the Menu.


Membership Reminder - Former and potential-new members, please consider joining for the 2018-19 Program. 

Membership Fee: $50 for an individual, and $90 for a couple.



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About the Club

Membership Matters

2018-19 Program

Next Speaker

2018-19 Menus

Past Programs

Membership Application

Canadian Club of Kingston Sponsors



A challenge for us


The Canadian Club of Kingston

exists for a simple reason—to

provide a forum where members

can hear speakers on issues of

current interest.


There is a Canadian Club in

most major cities across Canada,

and their common objective is to

strengthen Canada by helping

individual Canadians be better

informed about important

national and international issues.


In Kingston, the Canadian

Club meets once a month (see Current Program) from

October to May to hear an invited

speaker talk about a subject of

common interest.


This is a special invitation

to join the Canadian Club. In

Kingston, you’ll find many of

your friends at our luncheons.

And you’ll meet and make new



Canadian Club of Kingston


A friendly gathering

of thoughtful people

who want to be well

informed on

 current events





Belonging to the Canadian Club in Kingston is a good way to stay informed about some of

the key issues of our time. It keeps your mind

alert, and it builds a wider circle of friends and



Keeping track of some of the important

issues of our time involves more than simply

watching the TV news or reading one or two

daily newspapers. The Canadian Club arranges

for speakers who have the expertise and knowledge

to deal with current issues of public




(see About the Club for more information)


The Canadian Club movement had its origin

in 1892 among a small group of men in

Hamilton, Ontario. They wanted to be more

active, better informed. They hoped to stimulate

a sense of pride in being Canadian.

The idea spread across Canada. And the clubs

still flourish today, even in the face of so many

competing activities and interests.


Associated Website Links

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www.ourcanadian.blogspot.com (New Westminster & Fraser Valley)




sl.on.ca/ (St Lawrence College)

http://royalmilitarycollege.ca/ (Royal Military College)

heritagekingston.com/ (Frontenac Heritage foundation)




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