2023-2024 Program

To promote Canadian identity and foster Canadian unity.

Speakers and Topics for the 2023-2024 Schedule

Luncheons are held on the second Thursday of the month.

Location: Cataraqui Golf and Country Club (map), Banquet Hall.
Dress code is smart business casual.

Time: 11:30 AM (lunch at noon; speaker at 1:00 PM)

Reservations and Payment

Reservations must be made at least one week in advance of the luncheon date.

Reservations are made via our reservation page. They can be paid for by e-transfer (preferred) or via credit card. E-transfers should be made to treasurer@canadianclubkingston.org. This email address is set up with auto-deposit, so no password is required.

Paying by cash or cheque? Register by calling 613.699.3102 or emailing treasurer@canadianclubkingston.org at least one week in advance of the luncheon date.

REFUND / CANCELLATION Policy: All cancellations must be made by phone to (613) 699-3102 (Voicemail message), or by email to rsvp@canadianclubkingston.org. Refunds can only be given if the reservation is cancelled more than one week in advance of the luncheon. Substitutions are allowed.

September 14 September 7 Merilyn Simonds, Author The Many Astonishing Lives of Louise de Kiriline Lawrence
October 12 October 5 Dr. Jane Philpott Transforming Health Sciences Education with Radical Collaboration
November 9 November 2 Brian Porter, Teacher, Brockville Historian
(Sir John A. Macdonald impersonator)
Sir John A. Macdonald as seen by his contemporaries
December 14 December 7 Donna Gillespie, CEO KEDCO Kingston’s Economic Develoment’s Updates
2024 (No January meeting)
February 08 February 01 Dr. David More, Maritime Historian History of Shipbuilding in Kingston
March 14 March 7 Lieutenant-General (Retired) Andrew Leslie, PC, CMM, MSC, MSM, CD Canada’s place in the world and what happens next in the context of international predators, supply chain fragility, a resurgent Donald Trump and our woeful defence and security circumstances.
April 11 April 4 Prof. Paul Gardner, Queen’s U. The U.S. Elections
May 9 May 2 Prof. Teresa Scassa, U. of Ottawa Artificial Intelligence
Please check for updates or register below for email updates, as the speaker schedule is subject to change.

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