Join a Club

There are almost 150 clubs in District 96 of Toastmasters International. Our District covers about half of the province of British Columbia. Our members meet and learn in club venues as diverse as corporations, community centers, libraries and other public spaces.

Toastmasters has various types of clubs:

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Community clubs

These make up the majority of Toastmasters clubs and are generally where new members start their Toastmaster journey.

Ready to get started? 

Find a club near you!


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Corporate clubs

Often, plus are created from the employees of a corporation. Depending on the company's policy, a corporate club may be open to non-employees as well. These meetings often run during lunch or even breakfast while everyone is already at work.

Interested in starting a Corporate Club at your corporation? For more information please contact

District 96's Club Growth Director


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Advanced clubs

These offer advanced toastmasters a learning environment where they can meet and learn from others. Often an advanced club specializes in a particular area of public speaking such as Speech Evaluations, Speech Competitions or Professional Speaking.

Looking to take your speaking skills to the next level? Here is a list of local clubs.

Advanced Clubs


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Online clubs

Toastmasters International has a number of clubs around the world that conduct their meetings entirely online.

Want to check out a new way to meet? has an international list of clubs that meet online.

Online clubs


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Hybrid clubs

Hybrid club conduct their meetings with some members attending the meeting in-person and others attending online.

For a list of clubs that allow online attendance please click the button below

Hybrid Clubs


Become a Toastmaster!

Club culture varies between clubs. Prospective members should visit multiple clubs to assess how the club's culture and vibe fits with their personality and learning style. To find the Toastmaster clubs near you visit the "Find a Club" section on

Already a Toastmaster?

Visiting other clubs is a rewarding experience. You will discover the many ways that Toastmasters meetings are conducted. Be inspired by what you see and hear and bring back new ideas to enhance your home club's member experience.