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Meetings and events | Branch meetingsExecutive committee meetings

Once a month, Editors Toronto holds a lively and informative program on a topic of interest to editors. A mix-and-mingle session after the presentation provides all attendees with the opportunity to network. At least three times a year, a branch business meeting precedes the program. It provides an opportunity for the executive to give updates and make announcements to the present members of Editors Toronto. Meetings are FREE for members ($10 for non-members; $5 for non-members who are students). Meetings are generally held on the fourth Tuesday of every month, with a few exceptions. Check the dates below to find out when the next program meeting will be held. Find out more about branch meetings.

Usually, Editors Toronto hosts a holiday party in December and an end-of-year party in June at accessible venues every year. Make sure to subscribe to our mailing list to get promo emails about these and other social outings we might organize!

Please note that we will not take a photo or video of you without your written consent. However, we will be taking photos, and sometimes videos, of the program speakers. Please contact the executive committee if you have any questions about your privacy.

Meetings and events for 2020–21

Event details are posted as they become available. Click on the links to learn more, and check back soon for updates. 

Date Event
May 25, 2021 Meeting - TBA
April 27, 2021 Meeting - TBA
March 23, 2021 Meeting - TBA
February 23, 2021 Meeting - Balancing Cultural Sensitivity with Craft featuring Sangeeta Mehta
January 22, 2021 Meeting - Tax Help for Small Businesses
December 10, 2020 Event - Holiday Party via Zoom
November 30, 2020 Meeting - From Pastas to Proofreads: Cookbook Editing with Meredith Dees and Michelle C. Meade

October 27, 2020

Meeting - Finding Balance and Calm: An Open Conversation for Editors
September 22, 2020 Meeting - Editing Memoirs: A Conversation with David Ross and Maria Mutch


Click here to see what topics Editors Toronto has covered in previous years. 


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