It is my honour to serve as President of the St. Andrew’s Society of Montreal. I have been involved with the Society for the past ten years and remain inspired by our committed volunteers who work tirelessly to bring the very best to our members and friends. If you have landed on our website because you are exploring your Scottish roots, or simply because you are interested in learning more about all things Scottish, I encourage you to visit our SmugMug photo page to see the vibrant events that we host. From big to small, there is something for everyone.
As a charitable society, we are dedicated to the assistance of Montreal’s Scottish community, to education, and to the preservation of Scottish arts and culture. The Outreach section of our website will explain more about our initiatives and how we may be of assistance to you.
Several of our upcoming events such as our contingent in Montreal’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade, our annual curling evening, the Quebec Thistle Awards, and the Printemps écossais at Place des Arts have been cancelled as we join the community in adhering to measures outlined by the Quebec Government during the COVID-19 pandemic. We will keep you informed of events as they return via our website, social media and our “Wee Weekly News.”
We encourage you to consider becoming a member of our Society. Research your roots: you may find out, “You’re more Scottish than you think.”
Slainté and keep well.
SAS President Marilyn Meikle at the "Highland Heavy" Athletics Clinic
We are pleased to introduce Scottish Affairs Canada as one of our partners. Scotland and Canada have enjoyed a special relationship for centuries. Please click on the Scotland is Now logo and find out about some of the connections that bind our two countries together.
The Scotland Shop interviewed our president, Marilyn Meikle, for their Tartan Blog.
Read the interview!
Monday, May 11, 7 p.m.
Annual General Meeting
St. Andrew's Society offices
1195 Sherbrooke Street West, Montreal