Established in 1862 the Halifax club offers guests fine and casual dining options, a bar, social events, and networking activities. Open Monday to Friday and at weekends by arrangement. Letter of introduction and NLC membership card required. Guests allowed.
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Established in 1903 the Cypress Club is a gracious two-storey building with turn-of-the-century décor. Facilities include lounge, bar, dining room, private meeting room, secluded patio. Non-residential but will assist with hotel accommodation. Open Monday to Friday. Closed weekends. Letter of introduction and NLC membership card required. Guests allowed.
One of western Canada’s oldest private clubs founded in 1891. Facilities include heated underground parking, informal and formal dining, bar, billiards room, library, reading rooms, lounge, banqueting and meeting rooms. Closed on Sundays.
The Club occupies a modern, multi-functional high-rise in the heart of Vancouver’s financial district. Its past and present members include some of the city’s biggest movers and shakers. There is no better place in Vancouver to meet people and make connections that can have a lasting impact upon you, your business, and the city itself.
Founded in 1879, the Club’s elegant building and facilities reflect its extraordinary history and traditions. Situated in the heart of downtown Victoria, adjacent to the Inner Harbor.
Founded in 1889 and located downtown in the heart of the business district, within minutes of the shops, theatres, art galleries and restaurants.
Founded in 1874, the oldest Club in Western Canada has been located on Broadway in downtown Winnipeg since 1905.
Founded in 1865 and situated in the centre of Ottawa, with panoramic views of Parliament Hill and the Gatineau hills. Closed on Sundays and public holidays.
One of Toronto’s oldest and largest business and social clubs. Located in the heart of Toronto’s downtown business district. Closed at the weekend and on public holidays.
One of the oldest private business clubs in Canada, established in 1903. Closed on Monday and Sunday and on public holidays.