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Branch meetings

Meetings and events | Branch meetings | Executive committee meetings

Editors Toronto branch meeting usually begins at 7:00 pm on the fourth Wednesday of every month (except June, July, August, and December). Please check the main Meetings and Events page for dates of upcoming meetings.

Details are posted as they become available. Missed a meeting? We’ve got you covered. You can catch up by reading recap posts on BoldFace as they become available.


Editors Canada members free; non-members $10; non-members who are students $5.
Students must be enrolled in a post-secondary course or program and should show proof of enrolment at the meeting.

Q&A and mingle sessions

From 7 to 7:30 pm, a member of the Editors Toronto executive committee will be available to chat with Editors Toronto members and attendees interested in becoming Editors Toronto members, and to answer questions about the association and the profession of editing.

We also host a Q&A session at the end of each program where attendees can ask the speakers questions about their presentation or topic of discussion. Attendees are welcome to stay and mingle with each other, the speakers, and the Editors Toronto executive.

Business session

Business sessions are held at least three times a year—including in October, February, and May—to give members a formal update on branch and national business and to discuss and vote on matters of importance. The branch secretary records the minutes of the business session, and the minutes are then emailed to the membership after the meeting. If you are a member and have a matter that you would like to bring up at the next business session, contact the branch chair.

Minutes from the business sessions of branch meetings are emailed to members. Please contact the branch secretary if you would like to receive a copy of minutes from a previous meeting.

Member announcements

Members can send their news and updates to the programs chair ahead of each meeting to be announced.


Social media, creating contracts, indexing, editing graphic novels, self-publishing—these are just some of the topics covered during past programs. If you would like to suggest a speaker or topic for a future program, please contact the programs chair.