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Association Day and reunion

If your graduation year ends in two or seven, your reunion is this year.

Save Friday, Sept. 22 and Saturday, Sept. 23 for reunion weekend festivities, and watch for communications from your class president about what’s being planned for your class.

Association Day will be on Sept. 23. Stay tuned for more information and a schedule of the days’ events as we get closer to the date.


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Annual alumni hockey game at Winterfest

Grab your skates and join us for a friendly game on Saturday, Jan. 21. Players of all skill levels are welcome.                       

Alumni Hockey Game       

Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017 at 11:30 a.m.

William P. Wilder ’40 Arena & Sports Complex

Lunch and beverages will follow the game in the Foster Hewitt Foundation Lounge

Click here to register. Please contact Samantha Kerbel at skerbel@ucc.on.ca for more information.

Come out and support the UCC Blues varsity hockey team vs. St. Michael’s College School onFriday, Jan. 20, 2017 at 7:30 p.m. at the William P. Wilder ’40 Arena & Sports Complex as part of Winterfest.


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Join us for some fun at the Norval Winter open house

Please join us for our annual winter family open house at the Norval Outdoor School on Sunday, Jan. 22 from 1 to 3 p.m. Stephen House will be open and food and refreshments will be available.

These free open houses are held on Sunday afternoons in October, January, March and May. The idea is to open up Norval to UCC community members and offer a variety of outdoor activities to enjoy, including:

  • Cross-country skiing: Bring your own or use ours. We have lots of skis and boots in all sizes. Instructors will teach beginners and take them on a ski tour. More advanced skiers are welcome to follow one of our marked trails. The trails aren’t track-set.
  • Tobogganing: Zoom down our popular toboggan hill in the arboretum. Bring your own or use one of our many carpet sleds.
  • Winter hiking: Winter is a beautiful time to go for a guided walk around the property. Feel free to wear a pair of our snowshoes.

Click here to register. Please email Samantha Kerbel at skerbel@ucc.on.ca if you have any questions.

“Maple Madness” will be held at Norval on Sunday, March 26.

Directions: Take Highway 401 west to Winston Churchill Boulevard. Follow Winston Churchill Boulevard north and go through the village of Norval. Continue straight ahead. The entrance to the Norval property is on your left, 1.2 kilometres north of the village stoplight. The drive takes about 50 minutes from UCC in light traffic.


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Common Ties LunchNets

Please join the Common Ties Mentorship Program at two networking lunches this winter for Old Boys, parents and UCC community members working in or considering a career in:

  • the real estate field;
  • or the legal profession.

The third annual Real Estate Lunchnet will take place Wednesday, Jan. 25 at Cassels Brock at 40 King St. W. in Toronto from noon until 2 p.m. This event is spearheaded by Ted Willcocks ’85 and Ben Gilbank ’04. Thanks to Chris Horkins for securing the venue. Please register here.

The eighth annual Legal LunchNet will be hosted by Lincoln Caylor ’87 on Thursday, March 2 at Bennett Jones SLP at 1 First Canadian Place in Toronto from noon until 2 p.m. Caylor’s practice is considered to be at the forefront of the economic crime field for leading international asset tracing investigations and pursuing asset recovery litigation and enforcement actions in prominent, high-value financial frauds. Please register here.

Please contact acting associate director of alumni relations Jeff Ball at jball@ucc.on.ca if you have any questions.


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New York City winter social

A group of UCC young Old Boys will participate in the Canadian Association of New York Central Park Charity Hockey Tournament in Central Park’s Lasker Rink on Saturday, Feb. 18 and Sunday, Feb. 19. 

The post-tournament social event will be held on Feb. 19 at 5:30 p.m. at Tacombi Flatiron (Cafe el Presidente) on 30 West 24th St. Café El Presidente is the second restaurant location for Old Boy Dario Walos ’96, and this will be the sixth year that the Association has hosted this event.

All Old Boys who will be in New York City on Feb. 19 are welcome. Please click here to register for this event.


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On the road again for spring branch events

If you don’t live in the branch cities listed below but are there for business or pleasure, please feel free to attend. Please click here to register. Please email Maria Karakoulas at mkarakoulas@ucc.on.ca if you have any questions.

Tuesday, April 4
Calgary branch reception, 6 p.m., TBD

Wednesday, April 5
Edmonton branch reception, 6 p.m., TBD

Thursday, April 6   
Vancouver branch reception, 6 p.m., Terminal City Club

Thursday, April 27            
New York City branch reception, 6 p.m., New York Athletic Club

Friday, April 28 
San Francisco branch reception, 6 p.m., the home of John ’89 and Lisa Hockin

April 29 or 30      
Los Angeles branch reception, Location TBC.


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Historic Cricket Match of May 25

Join us for the 150th anniversary of the historic cricket match between UCC and Trinity College School on Thursday, May 25, 2017.

The match will be followed by a commemorative banquet at the Toronto Cricket, Skating and Curling Club. More details will be announced as the date draws near.

If you’re interested in playing,  please contact UCC Old Boy Ed Bracht ’55 at edabracht@gmail.com.


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Joe Cressy Memorial Golf Tournament

Wednesday, May 31, Copper Creek Golf Club

In celebration of the 83rd Joe Cressy Memorial Golf Tournament, co-chairs Matt Flynn ’96 and Brian Bastable ’96 invite all Old Boys, parents, past parents and friends of the College to come out and enjoy a day of golf, friendship and good times.

Details will follow in the coming weeks.


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Young alumni holiday wing night 

The UCC Young Alumni Network hosted the young alumni wing night for the graduating classes of 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016 on Dec. 22 at Toronto’s Firkin on Yonge.

More than 110 young alumni attended to catch up with their friends before the holidays.


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Reunion

Reunion weekend featured glorious weather and a multitude of events, formal and informal, which celebrated lifelong friendships and connection to UCC.

Various Toronto beverage establishments were alive with the very distinct sound of Old Boys reconnecting and rekindling their associations on the weekend of September 23 and 24. Friday marked the informal kick-off to reunion weekend, with convivial receptions of varying types taking place in homes, clubs and bars.

The next day, more than 330 Old Boys, ranging from the graduating classes of 1966 to 2011 (with a smattering of 1956 and 1961, too), attended a dinner in the Hewitt Athletic Centre at the Upper School after taking a trip back to their school days with a special assembly in Laidlaw Hall. Good times were had and remembered by all.

Two trophies were awarded in the Reunion Giving Challenge. The class of 1966 won for the highest donor participation rate and 1991 won for the largest amount pledged. How appropriate, given that these two classes were celebrating milestone anniversaries of 50 and 25 years respectively.


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