Tuesday, 10 May 2016

National Club Announces Partnership with the DMZ at Ryerson University

The National Club is pleased to announce an exciting new partnership between The National Club and the DMZ at Ryerson University, an internationally recognized business incubator of technology startups that is ranked third in the world.

The National Club has recognized business and industry leaders since 1874. We are delighted to honour this tradition by acknowledging the next generation of entrepreneurs and building a relationship with an innovative organization that has a track record of fuelling entrepreneurs with the resources to grow their startups into successful companies. The DMZ connects entrepreneurs with customers, advisors, influencers and other entrepreneurs as part of a community that supports and fosters technologies that transform various industries. 

The inaugural Sheldon Levy Award will launch this partnership. Honouring former Ryerson University President Sheldon Levy, this award will recognize an innovator who has shown not only success, but also demonstrated leadership in the entrepreneurial community by inspiring people to join in their vision. The winner, Maurcio Meza will receive a one-year membership to the National Club.

This award was presented at the DMZ’s sixth anniversary on April 28.

National Club members should look forward to future partnered events, including entrepreneur luncheons, DMZ hosted networking nights and tours of the DMZ’s state-of-the-art space located at Yonge-Dundas Square.

For more information on the DMZ please visit: http://dmz.ryerson.ca/

Club's 'Giving Back' Dinner raises $119,000 for Sick Kids' Hospital

The National Club held its annual "Giving Back Gala" last week. This year it was in support of Sick Kids' Dancers for Cancer Road to $1M Campaign. The National Club through its members, donors and sponsors raised approximately $119,000 for Sick Kids'. The National Club donates 100% of the cost of the food, wine and venue to this great and unique annual event.

National Club Past President Bruce Bowser

NHL legend Paul Henderson

Wednesday, 30 March 2016

Juno Award Winner Molly Johnson at The National Club

Join us Thursday, April 7th, 2016 for an intimate evening with Juno Award-winning singer Molly Johnson. Call or email for reservations for this special event.

Easter Was Hopping At The Club

The National Club's family Easter brunch is always one of the highlights of the year, but this year we had a special guest, and it wasn't the Easter Bunny...

Tuesday, 23 February 2016

Oscar Night at the National Club

 Last Chance!Wednesday, February 24, 2016

The return of our popular Oscar Night - this year featuring a screening of THE GODFATHER with host and film critic, Thom Ernst, a sumptuous menu and an impressive array of wines from the vineyards of Francis Ford Coppola (of course).

Join us on the red carpet on Wednesday, February 24, 2016
$80 per person + HST includes reception and dinner with wines

5:30 pm Reception with “Godfather Cocktail” ● 6:00 pm Dinner
7:00 pm THE GODFATHER hosted by Thom Ernst ● Business Casual or “Godfather Attire”

Please reserve at 416-364-3247 or email: frontdesk@thenationalclub.com.

Monday, 25 January 2016

Rabbie Burns Night at The National Club

It was a great night of haggis, whiskey and Burns poetry with almost a hundred in attendance.

Enjoy some of the photos from this colourful event, and go to the Club's Facebook page for a short video of the entrance of 'The Haggis Party."

Wednesday, 13 January 2016

National Club Named One of The Top Toronto Members Only Clubs for Young Professionals

Notable.ca has named The National Club as one of the top private clubs for young professionals to meet, mingle, have fun and generally advance their careers:

"Toronto has many exclusive spots for young professionals and while they do require special requirements to get in and will cost you a pretty penny to join, these posh establishments can be worth every cent.

The perks? You get to sit amidst like minded professionals who share your love for culture (and expensive wines and whiskeys) as you network and expand your creative horizons. You also get a cool space to bring clients, work from, host meetings, and see and be seen.

So we present to you Toronto’s most elite members only clubs for young professionals..."