Since 1906, we have been hosting national and international leaders and experts to deliver thought-provoking talks on a wide range of topical issues from politics to science, leadership, innovation, business, healthcare and technology. Our events run from September to June, and are streamed live by 2020/2021 Season Sponsor and Exclusive Educational Partner, Huron University College. All events are free to our members. Non-Members are welcome and can purchase registrations for specific events.

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The Canadian Club of London was founded in 1906 and has continued unabated through two world wars, the cold war, depressions, recessions, epidemics and many other seismic events. No surprise then that Covid-19 will not interrupt our 114-year tradition.


On behalf of the Board of Directors, I am excited to announce the Canadian Club of London is planning ten monthly virtual speaker events from September 2020 to June 2021. Watch for our 2020/2021 Program Schedule in the days ahead.


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We are also pleased to announce a new and important relationship with Huron University College. As our Official 2020/2021 Season Sponsor and Exclusive Educational Partner, Huron will be hosting each of the virtual events through online platforms and will provide support for the delivery of the sessions to ensure a continued quality experience for our members. The Canadian Club of London is honoured to partner with Huron University College and wish to express our sincere appreciation for graciously offering their services to ensure we continue delivering engaging and insightful speakers that celebrate and explore all things Canadian.




To facilitate our new virtual model, we are adopting a more streamlined and cost effective means of providing our programming to you. All virtual events will now be free of charge to members, both individual and corporate members. Memberships can be purchased here.


Membership fees remain unchanged for the upcoming 2020/2021 season:
Annual Individual Membership fees are $50 plus HST
– includes all virtual events, FREE
Annual Corporate Membership fees are $300 plus HST
– includes all virtual events, FREE for primary representative
– includes all virtual events, FREE for staff or students (first come first served – overall registration




We will again be offering sponsorship opportunities to individuals, businesses, organizations and institutions:
Event Sponsorship: $150 (HST exempt)
– 30 registrations to sponsored event
– identification as sponsor on all pre-promotional materials, digital or otherwise
– audio/video identification and the opportunity to introduce/thank the speaker during the event
Table Sponsorship: $75 plus HST
– 15 registrations to the specific event of your choice
– acknowledgement at the event.


The Canadian Club of London, like everyone, is pivoting this year to adapt to the regulations and complexities associated with the Covid-19 Pandemic. The upcoming season reflects the communities need to remain safe, and related concerns regarding the economy. We also recognize people want to interact, be entertained and remain engaged in a world that continues moving forward. We believe we have achieved the correct balance to meet all these objectives, and are very pleased to continue providing interesting stories from fascinating Canadians. We look forward to reconnecting online in September and continuing the legacy of The Canadian Club of London.


Don Mumford