This lively group of high school, college and university students, along with some working young adults under age 25, share ideas and opinions electronically. Many participate in activities in their local branches and communities, and all are committed to making the Canadian Crown inclusive, understood and fun!
The League depends on members’ volunteer participation to support the League’s work and lead local activities throughout Canada. Some hold regular meetings, participate in local mall sales and community fairs, sponsor speakers and celebrate Royal events and anniversaries with social events. Others are less active, serving mainly as contact points for information and dissemination of material. All try to make monarchists feel more supported and less isolated in their loyalty, no matter where they live.
As is true of many clubs and societies, branches form and dissolve based on the availability of responsible leadership from members who naturally have busy lives and many other responsibilities. Up-to-date information is available below and can be found in the most recent issue of Canadian Monarchist News. If you notice that your community is not represented, and would like to assist, please contact the Dominion Chairman at email@example.com.
New members are automatically put in touch with any branch or contact group in or near the area where they live.