Contacting the UELAC


As a Canadian heritage organisation, the UELAC has much to offer of interest to Canadians of all backgrounds.

Perhaps you may be interested in the proud history of our country, are doing scholastic research, are a genealogist buff... or are simply curious about our Association. 

Whatever the reason, we cordially invite you to access the many venues of communication we have to get - and stay - in touch with us.
Grand River Branch Contacts
  Grand River Branch is easy to contact; simply click on this link to review and select your person of interest. 

From membership inquiries to website comments... or to merely chat... our webmaster, Dave, is always available to direct your questions and comments.  He welcomes your email!

Branch Contacts
  Would you like to find the Branch closest to where you live?  Perhaps you'd like to attend a meeting, or enquire about a possible speaker or presentation at your school or club... or simply contact a Branch for further information.  Most Branches have their own website for your perusal.  This drop-down link will provide you with the various Branch details - selecting a Branch marked by * will open their website:

Dominion Contacts
 

Dominion website:  www.uelac.org

Dominion Office:  The UELAC Dominion Office is located in historic George Brown House in Toronto, at the following address:

50 Baldwin St., Suite 202
Toronto, Ontario  M5T 1L4   Canada

Telephone: (416) 591-1783

The Dominion Office is normally open Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday and email messages are checked on those days. As some email addresses noted below go to individual's personal email inbaskets, they may be checked more frequently. Please review the list and send your message to the most appropriate individual, and if in doubt send to the general address and your message will be appropriately routed.

Of particular note, Past Dominion President Doug Grant UE compiles a weekly email newsletter, Loyalist Trails, which presents fascinating anecdotes, history, commentary and information related to the UELAC and the Loyalist experience. 

Any interested person may elect to receive Loyalist Trails delivered to their Inbox; click here to send your request and indicate if you are a member (and of which branch if you are), or friend, and in which country, province or state you live in.

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To review past and present Loyalist Trails online, please click the following link:

www.uelac.org/Loyalist-Trails/Loyalist-Trails-index-2011.php


Whatever you'd like to know, there's always a way to contact the UELAC! 

We're eager to help and always ready to respond!