The Club is a non-profit association of over 250 dedicated deltiologists. We call Toronto, Ontario, Canada our home base, but we are supported by members from across Canada, as well as the United States and the UK. Meeting Location: Ontario Historical Society Offices, 34 Parkview Avenue in Willowdale. Club meetings are held most months except in the summer.
The GHPCC was formed in 1985 representing the areas of Oakville, Burlington, Hamilton and into the Niagara Region. Anyone can join and attend meetings. We meet on the fourth Wednesday of the month (no meetings in July, August or December).
The Vancouver Postcard Club was formed on November 11, 1980 and has met continuously since. There are currently around 100 members, mainly located in British Columbia but also residing in the rest of Canada, the US, and Japan. The Club meets monthly (third Sunday) but not during July and August at The Hastings Community Centre, 3096 East Hastings St, Vancouver BC. The meetings start at 11:30 am for an hour of postcard trading and the program begins at 12:30 pm. and finishes at 2"00 pm.
A club of amateur deltiologists interested in the history and culture
of the City of London and its home county of Middlesex in Ontario,
Canada, all as seen and experienced through the medium of the postcard.
We meet in London every other month on usually the first Saturday of the
month. Everyone is welcome. A great collection or special knowledge is
not required, so please come and join us.
Meeting Location: Victoria Park Pavilion, 80 Schneider Avenue in Kitchener ON Canada. Geographically our membership ranges from British Columbia to Kingston and Gananoque in Eastern Ontario. There are many members calling Kitchener or Waterloo or Cambridge home but we also have postal codes cover most of the Southern Ontario peninsula. This wide ranging roster of members gives the club plenty of leeway for topics to enjoy during our meetings. Membership has remained steady at $20 per year since the beginning: it includes five electronic newsletters per year with each newsletter averaging 18 pagers; five public meetings at Waterloo Region Museum; access to a wide range of “experts” in various aspects of post card collecting; browsing and buying time at our meetings where usually two or three collections of post cards are offered for sale.