Meetings and Events

2020

Nov 18

ZOOM Meeting & Presentation – 19:30 EST. David McLaughlin presents: 1957 Ottawa UPU Conference.


Dec 9

ZOOM Meeting & Competition – 19:30 EST. PSSC Members: Annual Single Frame Competition.


2021

Jan 20

ZOOM Meeting & Presentation – 19:30 EST. David Hopper presents: Queensland – A Philatelic Miscellany.


Feb 17

ZOOM Meeting & Presentation – 19:30 EST. George Vanderburgh presents: EFCO 5005 Vietnam 1973 and Kenya 1993.


Mar 17

ZOOM Meeting & Presentation – 19:30 EST. Simon Claughton: Presentation TBA.


Apr 21

ZOOM Meeting & Show & Tell – 19:30 EST. PSSC Members: Show and Tell.


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Presidents Message [26 July 2020]

I trust you are all well and still surviving with these troubled times.

Your Executive had a ZOOM meeting on Wednesday July 22 and here are some of the highlights from that meeting. I spoke with Garfield Portch about the re-opening Greene Foundation meeting room once Toronto and the GTA enter Phase 3 of Reopening Ontario Guidelines. The Guidelines clearly state;

• Convention centres, meeting and event spaces are subject to physical distancing measures and gathering limits, which apply to the entire facility.

With this in mind Garfield told me he doubts very much whether the Greene facility will be open for us for the remainder of the year. He would rather be criticized for his caution than have some come down sick. I fully support Garfield in his decision.

We are investigating the probability of hosting ZOOM general meetings and hope to have this in place in the near future.

David Piercey has taken over the editorship of the PSSC Anthology program and you should be hearing more from the Publications Committee soon.

Stay Safe and Stay Well

Robert Vogel, President PSSC

 

 

 

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