Welcome to The Canadian Club of London’s 2020/2021 Season.

We are please to continue our 114 year tradition of providing insightful and engaging speakers to our Individual and Corporate Members, and Non-Members, as well.

If you are an annual member, a reminder that all of the virtual events offered this season are included in your annual membership fee, free of charge.  You have already automatically been registered and you will receive a notification prior to the date confirming your attendance and providing details on how to attend.

Annual Members have the option of registering guests at preferred rates – a link has been provided for each event below.

Non-Members are also welcome to attend for a nominal fee, and a registration link is provided below for each specific event. If you wish to become a member, either individual or corporate, please see our membership pages for specific details.  Links to these pages are listed in the footer at the bottom of this page.


September 16, 2020

Dr. Chris Mackie

Medical Officer of Health,  London-Middlesex Health Unit


Covid-19:  Defining Our Time  


Dr. Mackie has been at the forefront of assessing the impact of Covid-19 in London and Region, and implementing strategies to reduce the spread of the coronavirus.  Chris will provide an update on the Pandemic and how it has effected community health, especially that of the most vulnerable.  His experience and expertise will be invaluable in gaining a better understanding of the challenges facing us this fall and over the next year.

Member Guest Event Registration:  $10 plus HST (subject to availability)

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Non-Member Event Registration:  $25 plus HST (subject to availability)

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October 14, 2020

Kris Pearn

Storyboard Artist

Sony Pictures Animation, Los Angeles – Presented in conjunction with London’s Forest City Film Festival (October 20 – 25, 2020)

Kris will provide fascinating insights and colourful anecdotes drawn from his more than twenty years in the television and feature animation industry, both here in Canada and the United States.  First and foremost an artist, Kris’ considerable talents extend to writing, acting, Directing and Producing.  Past credits include Arthur’s Christmas, Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs and, most recently, the Netflix animated feature, The Willoughbys, and he’s worked with such notables as Ricky Gervais, Anna Faris, James Caan, Alessia Cara, Martin Short, and Will Forte.

Week of November 16, 2020

Tim Cook

Historian, Author and Curator, Canadian War Museum 

Based on his new book The Fight for History, historian Tim Cook explores how the Second World War has been remembered, forgotten and remade by Canadians for 75 years. While the Great War became a touchstone, the legacy of the Second World War has been a more complicated struggle in our collective memory as we came to terms with battles won and lost, our relationship to our veterans, and how the post-war period created profound shifts in our country.

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