General Membership Information and monthly meetings

Our membership year begins on October 2nd, the date of King Richard’s birthday. Renewal notices are sent out in June in the pages of our journal.

Current Membership Rates are:

SINGLE member:  $72.00 Cdn
FAMILY membership (2 people): $82.00 Cdn
SENIOR member: $62.00 Cdn
SENIOR FAMILY membership (Two SENIOR members living at the same address): $72.00 Cdn
STUDENT member: $62.00 Cdn
CANADIAN BRANCH Only: $25.00 Cdn.

If you already pay your membership fees directly in £ Sterling to the Richard III Society in Britain, you can become an AFFILIATE member of the Richard III Society of Canada for $25.00 Cdn.

Full membership includes The Ricardian, an annual journal from England, and the newsletters The Bulletin from England, and the RIII from Canada. Emails from the Chair keep members up to date.

Monthly meetings are scheduled in the Toronto area from September to June at the homes of members. The dates, speakers and meeting locations are published in the RIII. During the pandemic, the meetings will be held online.

Meetings are held at 2 p.m. EDT on Sundays with the exception of the AGM. For all meetings via video conferencing such as Zoom, members will receive the link from our Chair, Tracy Bryce. If you are not a member and wish to attend, send an email to Tracy at


September 12, 2021 Ray Rawling – “Other Unjustly Maligned Dudes and maybe a Dudette”. Meeting via Zoom

Oct. 2, 2021  3:30 p.m. AGM via Zoom

November 14, 2021 Elaine Duncanson – “The English Language in the Late 15th Century” Meeting via Zoom. 

January 9, 2022 Sheilah O’Connor- “Aliens in Yorkist England”. Meeting via Zoom.

February 13 , 2022 Sheila Smith – “Music at the Yorkist Court” Meeting via Zoom

March 13, 2022 Chris Dickie – “Bosworth After the Battle: Protection and Preservation of Ricardian Battlefields.” Meeting via Zoom.

April 10, 2022 Victoria Moorshead – “Richard’s London Today”. Meeting via Zoom

May 8, 2021  Discussion: The bond between Edward, Richard, and George throughout their lives and how events
influenced their relationships with each other – Meeting via Zoom

June 12, 2021 Ray Rawlings – “Bishop Stillington” – Meeting via Zoom.

Membership also includes access to the Buyers’ Library, located in Toronto, a resource library of books, tapes, videos and articles on Richard III and his period in history.

To receive information about membership by mail, please send a request to the address included on the membership application  below. To receive information by e-mail, please complete the online form directly below.




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Print out the membership application below, and return with your cheque in Canadian funds, payable to The Richard III Society of Canada to the address listed on the form. If you wish to pay by credit card via PayPal, email the membership address above for details.

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