Click on the province that you would like to see a listing of Chapters of The Royal Philatelic Society of Canada. In most cases, these are the regional or local clubs that meet regularly to discuss stamps, and stamp collecting. Many of these organizations provide a great many services to their members and we strongly recommend that anyone interested in stamps be a member of these organizations in addition to The RPSC.
To assist in locating the chapter nearest to you, the list has been sorted by Province and then by City in which the chapter meets. All cities are listed alphabetically. Look for your city and, if there is no chapter in your city, check out your neighbouring cities.
|BRITISH NORTH AMERICA PHILATELIC SOCIETY LTD.|
Affiliate 1001 The British North America Philatelic Society, Ltd. (BNAPS) is an international organization devoted to the collector and researcher of the stamps, postal markings, and postal history of Canada, the pre-Confederation colonies, and Newfoundland. Our membership is made up of general BNA collectors, devoted specialists, prominent philatelic authors, and respected dealers. Any person of good character may become a member and share in the many benefits and resources the Society offers.
|FéDéRATION QUéBéCOISE DE PHILATéLIE|
Affiliate 1002 La Fédération québécoise de philatélie a été incorporée à but non-lucratif en 1971. Elle fut fondée par des bénévoles en 1965 afin de promouvoir et d’encourager la philatélie parmi ses membres. La Fédération regroupe actuellement une quarantaine de clubs répartis un peu partout sur le territoire québécois. Elle compte également une section jeunesse dont vous pouvez consulter l'historique ici. Au service de ses membres, mais aussi du public, la FQP distribue et diffuse variété d’informations aux gens intéressés à en connaître plus sur notre beau passe-temps qu’est la philatélie.
|POSTAL HISTORY SOCIETY OF CANADA|
Affiliate 1003 The PHSC is devoted to the study of the postal history of Canada and the early North American colonies. Originally founded in 1972 as the Postal History Society of Ontario, our name was changed in June 1977, reflecting the expanded nature and scope of the Society. It is a non-profit society whose members are students of postal history at all levels of experience, and it promotes communication and the dissemination of information among members.
|GREATER TORONTO AREA PHILATELIC ALLIANCE|
Affiliate 1004 GTAPA clubs are committed to achieve a common goal: to promote and stimulate the art of philately to all ages for enjoyment, education and fellowship. We are partners who really believe that we work best when we work together.
|GRAND RIVER VALLEY PHILATELIC ASSOC.|
Affiliate 1005 The Grand River Valley Philatelic Association (GRVPA) has 16 Clubs plus Youth Stampex as Charter Members. As an organization, the GRVPA offers stamp collectors and clubs a variety of services and assistance.
|NORTHWEST FEDERATION OF STAMP CLUBS|
Affiliate 1006 The Northwest Federation of Stamp Clubs has some 35 member clubs and philatelic organizations in Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Oregon and Washington as well as British Columbia and Alberta in Canada. With the exception of a short period of inactivity during WW II, the organization has served as a common cause meeting ground for organized philatelic interests within these states and provinces. It hosts an annual World Series of Philately (WSP) show.
|PHILATELIC SPECIALISTS SOCIETY OF CANADA|
Affiliate 1007 The Philatelic Specialists Society of Canada comprises scholars of philately, specializing in a diversity of subjects. Founded in 1954, the Society emphasizes sharing knowledge by means of lectures, publications and competitive exhibiting. Members’ achievements in advanced philately are celebrated with awards and special events. Membership is by invitation. Monthly meetings feature learned presentations which are held at the premises of The Vincent Graves Greene Philatelic Research Foundation, Toronto, Ontario. Additional lectures are hosted at major philatelic exhibitions throughout Canada and occasionally abroad. Contact: Ingo Nessel, President
|CANADIAN AEROPHILATELIC SOCIETY|
Chapter 187 meets The Canadian Aerophilatelic Society (CAS) welcomes anyone interested in aerophilately or astrophilately, worldwide. Yearly membership for Canadian and USA members is $20, for Americans $22 Cdn. and for all other countries $25.00. No formal meetings but members join the RA Stamp Club meetings at the RA Centre, 2451 Riverside Dr., Ottawa, ON, at 7:30 p.m. every Monday except June, July and August. Contact: Brian Wolfenden, 203A Woodfield Dr. Nepean, ON K2G 4P2 (613) 226-2045.
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