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Canadian Club of Kingston

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Updated: 15 March 2023          SPECIAL NOTE: President's Message - 10 March 2023:

Happy March! I hope that you enjoyed the March 9th luncheon meeting with Guest Speaker Paul Van Nest, Kingston Historical Society! We have two luncheons remaining for this season. The next luncheon will take place Thursday, April 13th at 1:00 PM. As noted below, our next speaker is Julie Salter-Keane, with her topic "Climate Action Initiatives of the City of Kingston. Doors open at 11:30 AM. Lunch will be served at 12 Noon. Please reserve NO LATER THAN Thursday, April 6th by email: rsvp@canadianclubkingston.org or by telephone: 613-699-3102. For Guests, please provide full name, email address, and telephone number. Luncheon fees are $35 (Members) and $43 (Non-Members), payable by cash or cheque at the door, or by e-transfer in advance: treasurer.cckingston@gmail.com. Thank you. Gay Keithly, CCK President.

                         Next Speaker:

Julie Salter-Keane, Manager, Climate Leadership Kingston

Thursday 13 April 2023

Topic: "Climate Action Leadership in Kingston".



NOTE 3: Members and Past Members will be notified via email of the details of the planned luncheon meeting for Thursday 13 April 2023 at the Cataraqui Golf and Country Club at 11:30 for 12:00 PM.


Membership Reminder - Former and potential-new members, please consider joining (see Membership Matters) for the 2022-23 Program, now that the details of the policy for the 2022-23 program has been confirmed. 

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



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Description: strong>Julie Salter-Keane</strong>

Julie Salter-Keane pursued post secondary education at Queen's.  After operating her own planning consulting firm for many years, she moved on to  become director of planning and development at the Township of Leeds and the Thousand Islands. In 2010, she joined the Kingston government as the manager of the Climate Leadership Division. There she works with staff to implement and realize Kingston's vision to demonstrate leadership on climate action. She also represents the city on the Board of Directors for Sustainable Kingston.  

Julie's ability to foster relationships and identify opportunities for collaboration has led to the realization of many community projects, like the recently approved City of Kingston Climate Leadership Plan, the City's Better Homes Kingston program, the Green Standard Community Improvement Plan and more. 

 Julie is a highly motivated individual, passionate about the future of our community. Come and listen to her as she describes the various climate related projects she is helping move forward for the residents of our city. 

The Canadian Club of Kingston is an apolitical community-based organization that arranges monthly meetings at which distinguished speakers address its members on subjects of national or international significance.  It typically meets on the second Thursday of each month, from October to May.  Each luncheon meeting features a speaker on a current topic of special interest to Canadians. To join the Canadian Club of Kingston, send email to rsvp@canadianclubkingston.org, or call 613-699-3102, or visit the Webpage http://www.canadianclubkingston.org / Membership Application. For each Guest, please provide the name, email address, and telephone number.

NOTE: For telephone information regarding luncheon-related matters, please call 613-699-3102.

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sl.on.ca/ (St Lawrence College)

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

heritagekingston.com/ (Frontenac Heritage foundation)



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