Speaker Series: Learning Gaelic in Toronto

Become a member and support Scottish culture in Toronto

Register for the Annual General Meeting

Speaker Series: Remembering Mary Queen of Scots

Help us raise money for charities battling poverty in Toronto

Speaker Series: Learning Gaelic in Toronto

Become a member and support Scottish culture in Toronto

Register for the Annual General Meeting

Speaker Series: Remembering Mary Queen of Scots

Help us raise money for charities battling poverty in Toronto

The St. Andrew’s Society has been celebrating Scottish culture and supporting local charities since 1836.

Upcoming
Events

The Society runs a series of events that celebrate Scottish-Canadian culture. Everyone is welcome to attend whether you were born in Scotland, have Scottish ancestors or you are just looking to meet some great people.

We’re proud to support:

Celtic Music

Promoting performers from Canada and Scotland

Highland Dance

Supporting one of Scotland’s most famous art forms

Education

Helping students focused on Scottish studies

Charitable Giving

Fundraising for causes in the Greater Toronto Area

Celtic Music

Promoting performers from Canada and Scotland

Highland Dance

Supporting one of Scotland’s most famous art forms

Education

Helping students focused on Scottish studies

Charitable Giving

Fundraising for causes in the Greater Toronto Area

Get Involved

The St. Andrew’s Society runs on your support. If you’d like to see Scottish-Canadian culture thrive, there are a number of ways to contribute. You can become a member, make a donation or volunteer your time. Sign up for our newsletter so you never miss an update.

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