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You may join any of the listed ShareClubs by contacting your local volunteer. Like-minded members get together to share financial information. You can, too, right in your own neighbourhood. No cost. No obligation. Just an inquiring mind.

The agenda for each group is shared by all group members, i.e. it is not just the responsibility of the contact person. ShareClubs are unlike investment clubs because they are meant to share investing information only.

When ShareClubs are filled, they are delisted. Thus, someone needs to start a new club by volunteering to arrange the first meeting. At this meeting, membership decides on its future direction. Contact MoneySaver and volunteer to start a ShareClub in your area.

We would like volunteers for other regions. Call 519-772-7632 or e-mail us. We've provided an information sheet on Starting a ShareClub along with a Helpful Hints sheet to help get you started. Alex Kobelak of the Mid-Island's ShareClub has kindly provided a description of how their club was organized.

At the bottom of this page is a listing of the ShareClubs.

Ron Beaton of the Ladner/Tsawwassen ShareClub has provided their clubs privacy policy and statement of purpose documents. As Ron states "We thought it was a good idea to have this formalized. It is important that members feel safe in sharing personal information knowing that it will not leave the room. Each member signs a copy which is kept on file."

Ken from the Calgary Shareclub has also provided their New Member Survey, as well as their mission statement.

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ShareClub News Items

Blake Hoo Ajax/Pickering blake.hoo93@gmail.com
Frank Attobelli Bolton 905-857-6527
Dormant Brockville no contact
Declan Ramsaran Bradford declanramsaran@gmail.com
Ken Kyer Cornwall kyerk@hotmail.com
Etobicoke Investors Etobicoke eigclub18@gmail.com
Alfred Piccoli Georgetown alpiccoli@outlook.com
Ron Sneltjes Guelph guelphshareclub@gmail.com
John Hyslop Hamilton II john.hyslop@sympatico.ca
David Munro Hamilton Full
Matthew Moore Kincardine/Port Elgin 519 371 6592
 Irving Freilich Kingston IFreilich@hotmail.com 
Richard Gerson Kitchener gerson@kw.igs.net 
Bob Gauld London 519-657-4393
Linda Sopoco Delfin Mississauga lindadelfin@gmail.com
Jim Ashley Newmarket cjimashley@gmail.com
John Mayo Newmarket II johnmayo@sympatico.ca
Peter Matsdorf North York I matsdorf@rogers.com
Dominic Pun North York II dpun@uwaterloo.ca
Gerry Hogenhoat Orangeville 519-942-0220
Tom Loftus Oshawa 905-725-1979

Andre Albert


Walter Rinzema

Paul Mintha Port Hope


Marian Scharnagl Scarborough marian.scharnagl@hotmail.com
Jeff Danby St George 519-753-7414
Gary Poxleitner Sudbury gmpoxleitner@gmail.com
Gordon Kumagai Toronto - Central ellensdegenerates@hotmail.com
Ron Closs Thunder Bay classicitems42@gmail.com
Henry Lamasz Unionville/Markham  hmlsz@rogers.com
Ken Smith Calgary SE shareclub.calgary@gmail.com
British Columbia
Ron Beaton South Delta www.tlshareclub.com
Peter Schwirtz Kamloops peter.schwirtz@gmail.com
David Hicks New Westminster dhicks01@telus.net
Karen Foerter Queen Charlotte Islands 250-758-2173
Uta/Vic Parks Salt Spring Island
Bob Lee Vancouver - Downtown rjlee@portal.ca
Leslie Broatch South Surrey/White Rock broatch@telus.net
Brian Pearson Prince George brian.pearson@xplornet.com
Russell Page Victoria/Saanich 250-479-1135
Alex Gidi Maple Ridge alexgidi@gmail.com
Bruce L Salmon Arm salmonarmshareclub@gmail.com
Sue Groom Sidney deerpark0411@gmail.com
South Delta Share Club Delta www.tlshareclub.com
Leslie Broatch White Rock 604-542-1116 or broatch@telus.net
Bryan Zerebeski Saskatoon SaskatoonSC@outlook.com
 Frank Driscoll Charlottetown 902-569-3601
Leif R. Montin Montreal leif.montin@sympatico.ca

ShareClub Corner:

Peter Hodson   

Peter Hodson, Editor of the Canadian Money Saver, met with the combined Guelph and Kitchener/Waterloo ShareClubs at the historic Huether Hotel in Waterloo. He was introduced by Richard Gerson, leader of the K/W club, to a group of over 50 attendees who had convened to hear Peter discuss his approach to individual small- and mid-cap stock investing. An appreciative audience listened as the speaker described his involvement in the Peter Hodsoninvestment business over the past 25 years and the parameters he feels are important in stock selection. One of Peter’s main take-home points was to be on the lookout for businesses who declare their first-ever dividend. Time and again these companies go on to outperform the market. Peter answered a wide range of questions posed by the group on a variety of investment topics to wrap up a most informative meeting.