The Canadian Club of Calgary was established in 1907 and is a part of a group of similar clubs across Canada, all with the same objective.
All Canadian Clubs in Canada are not-for-profit, non-partisan organizations dedicated to promoting a Canadian identity, encouraging Canadian unity, and fostering an interest in public affairs and Canadian institutions.
Monthly luncheon meetings at The Ranchmen's Club provide an opportunity for members and guests to hear speakers and address issues of local, national, or international importance.
Next Event: Tuesday December 20, 2022
Dr. Mary Anne Moser
Telus Spark welcomed Mary Anne Moser as the new president and CEO in April 2019.
Her record of building innovative, community-based enterprises with high performing collaborative teams, and her commitment to strong internal and external communications makes her the perfect fit to lead Telus Spark into the future.
Dr. Moser has more than 25 years of experience in entrepreneurial roles. She co-founded Beakerhead, which is well-known for its annual festival that blends art and engineering for a vibrant and interactive experience, about a decade ago.
Mary Anne has built a career where science and society intersect. She worked as a journalist and an award-winning graphic designer before finding her entrepreneurial wings as the founding editor of the Banff Centre Press in the mid-1990s. She then started the Banff Science Communications Program in 2005, Canada’s Iron Science Teacher competition in 2007, and was a member of the start-up steering committee for the Science Media Centre of Canada in 2010.
In parallel with these entrepreneurial pursuits, Mary Anne worked in communication leadership roles for high-speed networking and computing infrastructure organizations, government-funded initiatives to stimulate Alberta’s tech sector as well as the Schulich School of Engineering at the University of Calgary.