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New members are always welcome — for further information,
To get involved in Clan Sinclair, or if your region is not yet organized,
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[Page last updated 13 March 2013]
National Officers, Clan Sinclair Association (Canada)
According to our By–laws, The officers of the Association are
the Immediate Past President, the President, the Vice–Presidents,
the Secretary and the Treasurer.
(The Vice–Presidents, who represent geographical areas of Canada,
are listed under their regions.)
The President, Secretary and Treasurer are elected at
the Quadrennial General Meeting of the Association.
Clan Sinclair Society of Nova Scotia (CSSNS)
The Nova Scotia Branch of CSAC is the Clan Sinclair Society
of Nova Scotia (CSSNS), and the President of this branch is the CSAC
Vice–President for the Maritime Provinces.
In 1998, CSSNS co–sponsored the 600th anniversary celebration of Prince
Henry's visit to Nova Scotia and dedication of the memorial to this voyage.
In 2000, there was a Sword of Peace ceremony at the memorial.
The Clan Sinclair Society of Nova Scotia won the award for Best Clan Tent
at the 2002 Halifax Scottish Festival & Highland Games and again in 2005.
To see the photo of Roger Sinclair, together with Jack and Bill Sinclair and their
2002 award, click here.
The Clan Sinclair Association of Canada was founded in Ontario.
At present, Ontario does not have any organized branches, but the Ontario Division
is represented by three regional vice–presidents, for Central, Southern and
The Ontario Division generally has a Gathering
in late Winter or early Spring, and another in late Fall to celebrate
the birthday of our clan chief — watch for the announcements
in our newsletter Roslin O Roslin.
Clan Sinclair Association (Western Canada)
The Western Canada branch, based in British Columbia, was founded by
Mary Sinclair Stickel
of Kaslo BC on her return from the 2000 Gathering of Clan Sinclair.
It is known as the Clan Sinclair Association (Western Canada),
The CSAWC President is also the CSAC Vice–President for Western Canada.
The Western Canada branch regularly has a Spring Gathering
and AGM, so far held either in Victoria or in the Vancouver area. We
warmly welcome members from the Prairie provinces and the Territories,
as well as visitors from the USA.
Toni Sinclair is the fourth editor of the CSAC newsletter, now called
Roslin O Roslin. Click in the menu at the top of any page to browse
issues posted online, or to read Articles from the newsletter.
(Click here for Toni's bio.)
Wanda Sinclair is not only CSAC's official clan genealogist, but
also a photographer who has contributed to our website with such photos
of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother at Queens Park in
Toronto. She can be seen here, together with Rory, Woody, Toni and Willy Sinclair,
at our clan tent in the 2001 Barrie Celtic Festival & Highland Games Supreme.
For more information on genealogical pursuits, visit our Family History page
(also accessible from the top menu).