Every year, Toastmasters organizations review the alignment of their clubs; Areas, Divisions and Districts. With the growth of Districts 60 and 86, it has been determined that new borders need to be drawn up and levels of Toastmasters boundaries in our region need to be adjusted. Districts 60 and 86 will be reduced in size and a new district will emerge.
Introducing District 123
From north Toronto in the south to Cochrane District in the north; and from Algoma District in the west to Timiskaming in the East, District 123 will be a large district with approximately 170 clubs that have contributed to the amazing success of both 60 and 86. The boundaries include:
From District 60
Central Ontario Region (Toronto—north of Dixon/Scarlett/Lawrence Avenue, Hastings, Prince Edward, Northumberland, Peterborough, Kawartha Lakes, Durham & Haliburton)
From District 86
Western Ontario Region (Peel—Brampton & Caledon only, Simcoe & Dufferin)
Central Ontario Region (York, Muskoka & Parry Sound)
Northern Ontario Region (Nipissing, Manitoulin, Sudbury, Greater Sudbury, Timiskaming, Cochrane & Algoma)
With the new district, a new leadership team will be voted on in 2021.
All district roles will be required, which means great opportunities for Toastmasters members to grow. Details on the elections will be updated as they become available.
For more information on the realignment, visit the District 60 and 86 websites:
As Toastmasters grows in Ontario we find ourselves creating a new district to ensure responsiveness to our members. Here's why I believe that this is a great opportunity for all of us.
A new district means building the foundations for growth and opportunity for all members. Here are my thoughts on how we can do that.
What is the Distinguished Club Program and how does it help my Toastmasters club? Let me tell you.
How do you take your communication and leadership skills to the next level?