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Nous sommes un club bilingue!
Le club St-Lawrence Toastmasters est un club bilingue à Montréal. Nos réunions hebdomadaires se déroulent en français et en anglais.

We are a bilingual club!
Located in downtown Montreal, St-Lawrence Toastmasters is a bilingual club. All meetings are held in both English and French.

Veuillez noter que notre club tiendra la dernière réunion de 2017 le mardi 5 décembre.

Exceptionnellement la réunion aura lieu dans la salle des banquets (située à l’autre côté du stationnement arrière), aussi connue sous le nom l’Espace Canal.


  • 5 décembre 2017 – dernière réunion de 2017
  • 9 janvier 2018 – première réunion de 2018

The St. Lawrence Toastmasters Club in Montreal would like to warmly welcome its new member Henry.

Henry visited us on a couple of occasions, and then decided that he indeed wanted to become a member of our club.


Club president Tommy welcomes Henry to St. Lawrence Toastmasters

We like to ask our new members what goals they would like to set for themselves.  Here is what Henry has to share with us:

I’m a multilingual Montrealer, but my presentation skills in French were lacking.  I was made aware of St. Lawrence Toastmasters’ reputation for developing exceptional bilingual speakers, and after a few visits, I saw why. And so, I joined this club as part of my effort to become a good public speaker in French. I have no doubt I’ll attain that goal here!


Would you like to know more about Toastmasters? Come visit us!

Here is the programme for the meeting of November 28, 2017.

A big congratulations to our member Nadine, for having won first place at the English Humorous Speech Contest that was held at the Toastmasters District 61 Fall Conference.  This is the highest distinction given for this category within Toastmasters. 

Nadine 1st place Toastmasters District 61 Contest

As our club president put it:

“So glad for you!!

You were so great yesterday! Extremely well earned!”

Indeed, all of us at the Saint-Lawrence Toastmasters Club in Montreal are extremely proud of your accomplishment Nadine!

We are proud to cheer on our member Nadine Champagne, who will be representing the Saint-Lawrence Toastmasters Club in Montreal as she takes part in the English Humorous Speech Contest this weekend at the District 61 Fall Conference.

Would you like to cheer Nadine on in person?  Here are the conference details:

District 61 Fall Conference 2017
November 10-12, 2017
Sheraton Laval Hotel
Laval, Québec

According to the conference schedule, the contest will take place from 2:30 PM to 4:00 PM on Saturday November 11.

We’ll all be thinking of you.  Go Nadine Go!

We’d like to congratulate Nadine Champagne, proud member of St. Lawrence Toastmasters Club in Montreal, for having won the first place in the Toastmasters Division F English Humorous Speech Contest.

Nadine (standing second from the right) at the Humorous Speech Contest.

Congratulations as well to Martina for having participated in the French Evaluation Contest. (From what we hear, she have an excellent evaluation but may have slightly exceeded the maximum time limit. Better luck next time!)

Martina (shown standing in the middle) at the Evaluation Contest.

The St-Lawrence Toastmasters Club in Montreal would like to welcome its newest member Kit.


Our club president Tommy welcomes Kit to St-Lawrence Toastmasters

We like to ask our new members to give us a quick overview of some of the goals they have given themselves or some of the reasons they have decided to join our club.

Here is what Kit has to share with us:

I joined Toastmasters because it is a place where people come to grow and give each other the opportunity to expand their voice and enhance their skills. It is a unique place, and an important one. I am looking forward to this adventure, this new pathway, and St. Lawrence Toastmasters has an inspiring group of Toastmasters to be on this voyage with.


Are you interested in finding out more about how you can enhance your public-speaking skills?  Come visit us!

Here is the programme for the meeting of October 17, 2017.

La réunion du mardi 3 octobre sera une soirée spéciale à notre club Toastmasters à Montréal. Nous organiserons le Concours Toastmasters du secteur 54 (division F, district 61). Ce concours est composé de concours de discours humoristiques et de concours d’évaluation.

Bien que la soirée ne sera pas dans le format standard de nos réunions hebdomadaires, c’est toujours très intéressant d’y assister. Par exemple, voici comment se déroule habituellement un concours d’évaluation de discours :

  • Il y aura un orateur cible (c’est à dire quelqu’un qui donnera un discours, et cette personne aura été choisie secrètement à l’avance pour préparer un discours pour ce concours). Tout l’auditoire aura l’occasion d’entendre le discours, incluant les concurrents (les évaluateurs) qui évalueront tous ce même discours.
  • Ensuite, les évaluateurs seront invités à quitter la salle et à prendre quelques minutes pour préparer leurs notes d’évaluation.


The Saint-Lawrence Toastmasters Club in Montreal would like to welcome Caroline.

Tommy (our new club president for 2017-2018) welcomes Caroline to the club

We always like to ask our new members to share with us the reasons they decided to join our club.

Here is what Caroline writes:

I recently decided to join Toastmasters (for a second time and this time with the intention of being totally engaged) for several reasons :

Communication is a way to show what we are about and who we are.  With that regards, Indians talk about developing the 5th chakra. I feel this is something in my life that needs improvement.  In the past, I have tested myself with running marathons, my studies and getting a black belt in karate.  Now my new challenge is public speaking.  Why public speaking?

  • To develop leadership skills
  • To inspire
  • Personal growth
  • Use the audience as a lab for feedback for work related discussion topics (products and services)

I have decided to join the St-Lawrence Toastmasters Club mostly because I see the group as being very diversified culturally, professionally and age-wise.  There is also a family atmosphere that I like and this distinction made me adopt the club as my new household where I can grow to give and to receive.


Would you like to find out how you can develop your leadership skills and inspire people? Come visit our club!

Here is the programme for the Toastmasters meeting of Tuesday September 25, 2017.

Stay tuned, because next week we will have Nick Schultze, Pathways Ambassador for our Toastmasters region, who will explain some developments in our educational program that will enable our members to further improve their public speaking skills and become competent leaders.

If you already want to get a glimpse into what is Pathways, feel free to visit

Speaking of visits, you’re most welcome to visit our St-Lawrence Toastmasters Club.

Here is the programme for the meeting of September 19, 2017.


Restez à l’affût, car dans environ deux semaines nous aurons la visite de Nick Schultze, ambassadeur Pathways de notre région Toastmasters, qui nous expliquera quelques évolutions dans notre programme éducationnel qui permettra à nos membres d’améliorer davantage leurs habiletés de parler en public et de devenir leaders compétents.

Venez nous visiter dès maintenant!

D’ici-là, comme à l’habitude voici le programme de notre prochaine réunion.


Programme de la réunion St-Lawrence Toastmasters du 12 septembre 2017.

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