Welcome to Toronto, ON Canada, where the Association of Administrative Assistants was born. From the inaugural meeting of the Association of Private Secretaries in April 1951 to the Letters Patent in November 1952, now called Association of Administrative Assistants, has been blessed with over 700 Qualified Administrative Assistant graduates located throughout our great country.

With the many years of continuous learning, the members, both past and present, continue to make friendships, network and enjoy what life has to offer in the administrative arena. With over 60+ years in existence, we would be delighted if you joined us at any of our scheduled events listed below. Thank you!

*Meetings alternate locations monthly

General Meeting

Princess Margaret Hospital
610 University Ave.
Main Floor Boardroom, M805


6:00 pm. Networking & Refreshments
6:30 pm. Guest Speaker
7:45 pm. General Meeting
9:00 pm. Adjourn

Dinner Meeting

Canadiana Restaurant
Six Points Plaza

5230 Dundas Street West

6:00 pm. Networking
6:30 pm. Dinner
8:00 pm. Guest Speaker
9:00 pm. Adjourn

Upcoming Events:

Dinner Meeting
February 15th
Keeping Yourself Current

Canadiana Restaurant
Six Points Plaza
5230 Dundas Street West

To register, email:
Members: Free
Guests: $7.00 donation to the AAA Charity

Program Calendar 2016-2017

Event Registrations:



for more information by emailing

Mailing Address:
1005-36 East Street
Oakville, Ontario
L6L 5K2

Community Give Back

Branches across Canada provide community support by either volunteering to a group / charity event or by providing monetary funds to assist that group / charity. The Toronto Charter Branch commits to a ‘charity of choice’ annually by supporting them financially with our guest fees received at our scheduled meetings or other branch functions. Donations and guest fees are placed in a ‘change for charity’ jar and those wishing to contribute over and above, are always welcome to do so.

Most past and present members of our Association are volunteers in other organizations within their communities as well. It is important to keep abreast of current issues which surround our everyday lives for those less fortunate, and assist when and where possible. As a not for profit organization, we encourage our members to be active and participate to enrich both the well-being of others as well as themselves.

Let us pave the path for our children of the future. They will make a difference.


January 2017
Fall 2016

July 2016
January 2016
November 2015
July 2015
March 2015
January 2015
September 2014
July 2014
April 2014
January 2014
July 2013
March 2013
January 2013
September/October 2012
Summer 2012
January/February 2012
September/October 2011
July/August 2011
March/April 2011
January/February 2011 Edition


Canadian Institute of Management (CIM)
Toronto Charter Branch

Rhonda Scharf

Mike Aoki
Reflective Keynotes Inc.

Marion Grobb Finkelstein (MarionSpeaks)
Niagara Falls, Ontario