CGSNA Canadian Branch Update – February 2013 Sticky

As we look back on 2011 and 2012, a lot has happened. From a clan perspective, the second quarters of both years were relatively quiet as usual although we did manage have a wee Tartan Day celebration in 2011. However, activities really picked up in the normal way in the third quarters. It started in early July when we left on a trip by car to the Maritime Provinces of Canada, particularly Newfoundland and a visit to the Viking Village at L'Anse aux Meadows.

The Montreal Scottish Festival (MSF&HG) - Pierrefonds QC July 31, 2011

We were blessed with another bright and sunny day. Band competitions were back on the program and there was a clan parade as part of the opening ceremonies.

Glengarry Highland Games, Maxville, ON - July 29-30, 2011

Glengarry Highland Games, Maxville, ON - July 29-30, 2011 Website:
This year was The Year of the Clans and many activities centred around this theme. Therefore we were kept very busy. The weather was great and the visitors numerous.
Photo 1 - Debbie Ann Gunn et Richard Émile Rodier.
Photo 2 - Visit of Sir Wayne Broun, Chief of Clan Broun.

The New Brunswick Highland Games (NBHG)

Fredericton NB  July 22 – 24, 2011


The 17th Clan Gunn International Gathering in Scotland

This event took place from Saturday July 21st to Sunday July 29th 2012. A very good program included visits to new locations in Orkney and Caithness; the 18th Gathering will be in July 2015.

Content coming soon. 


Meeting the Mother of Tartan Day

On July 20th, 2011, we had the pleasure or meeting Jean Watson, affectionately known as the “Mother of Tartan Day”.