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Scottish-Canadian Cultural Survey

November 20, 2021

We want to hear from you! The St. Andrew’s Society has been promoting Scottish culture and supporting local charities since 1836. We’d like to know what causes and events you […]

The Caledonian

November 19, 2021

Visitors to the The Caledonian (856 College Street) would be forgiven if they thought they had been transported across the Atlantic. The pub’s Scottish owners opened it in 2008 to […]

The Chef’s House

November 19, 2021

The Chef’s House (215 King Street East) is an innovative concept restaurant that operates in support of the Hospitality & Culinary Arts Program at George Brown College (GBC). The Program […]

130th Anniversary of the 48th Highlanders

October 16, 2021

The connection between The St. Andrew’s Society and the 48th Highlanders dates back to the late 1800s. The Society and a number of other Scottish-Canadian organizations came together to raise […]

Alexander Muir & The Maple Leaf Forever

June 26, 2021

Alexander Muir (b. April 5, 1830 – d. June 26, 1906) was a songwriter, poet, soldier, and school headmaster. He is best remembered for composing one of Canada’s most beloved […]

A Scot Designed Canada’s First Stamp

April 23, 2021

The first postage stamp for the Province of Canada was issued 170 years ago today. The design was put forward by a noted Scottish-Canadian, Sir Sanford Fleming. Fleming felt that […]

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The St. Andrew’s Society celebrates Scottish-Canadian culture in Toronto. An annual membership is only $25.00 and runs from January 1st to December 31st.