easy-Speak - District 61, Area I93 - Québec City       
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 District 61

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The Toastmasters International organization in Québec City is proud to offer to the general public four English-speaking clubs in the greater Québec City area.

You are cordially invited to attend any regular club meeting, at no charge, to find out how you can enhance your leadership and communication skills.

Toastmasters clubs are not for profit, self-administered organizations in which members practice leading and communicating in a fun and supportive environment.

We learn the most by doing, and in a club, members get to do and improve, protected from typical real-life consequences.

Visit a club at a place and a time convenient to you. Be sure to contact the club beforehand to confirm the next meeting date.

Club name Meeting day and time Meeting location For more details and who to contact
Quality Speakers FSA U laval Mondays at 7:00 pm (19h00) Palasis-Prince, Room 1609
2325, rue de la Terrasse


D'Estimauville Tuesdays at 12:00 noon (12h00) 4th floor, room 401-18
550, av D'Estimauville


Viewpoint Wednesdays at 7:00 pm (19h00)

Centre Mgr de Laval
2, rue du Fargy


Quest Fridays at 7:00 am (7h00) Pacini Quatre-Bourgeois
999, de Bourgogne


We look forward to welcoming you at our next meeting!


The easy-Speak software allows Toastmaster clubs to automate their meeting planning and to track and support members' development. It provides a full data management system, automating the agenda and freeing the VPE's time to do what is important - support and encourage the members.

The system also gives a full web-site to each club - much of which is updated automatically as meetings are planned or club officers change. There is a large menu of pre-prepared Toastmaster content available and it is all controlled by the current club officers - who may easily add or change content or re-arrange the pages, using drag-and-drop. 

The system is available to all District 71 and 91 clubs through their website: http://toastmasterclub.org
The system is also available to all District 59 and 95 clubs through their website http://tmclub.eu
Clubs from other Districts may use the software, without charge, through this site.

Give your club officers the information to support club members, automate the boring administration and free their time to talk with the membership.

Do you currently have instant visibility of every member's progress?
Can you plan a meeting and produce the agenda in just a minute?
easy-Speak gives you this - and more.

Look at an overview of features
Getting started

The software may also provide a full portal for a District.
Features for the District, Division and Area

Request that your Club be added to easy-Speak

Malcolm Warden

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(You will need to register - I normally reply to all e-mail within a few hours)


Random Quote
Right now I'm having amnesia and deja vu at the same time - I think I've forgotten this before
Tip of the Day:
  Wondering why your regular Club meeting says 'Contest' at the top of the view_meeting screen? It's because the agenda includes a role that you have defined as 'Contest Only'. Vote Counter is a popular one to get wrong - if your club uses a Vote Couter at every meeting you should go into the Club Control Panel and change the role so that it is NOT 'Contest Only'
Speaking Tips

Everyone in a Toastmasters meeting was once at the level you are now. The environment is friendly and supportive, and the self-paced programme allows you to build confidence with each speaking assignment.

  • A typical club has between 20 to 40 members who meet either weekly, biweekly or monthly. An evening meeting normally lasts around 90- 120 minutes.
  • There is no instructor in a Toastmasters meeting. Instead, members evaluate one another’s presentations, pointing out the strengths and suggesting improvements. This feedback process is a key part of the program’s success. Members also give impromptu talks on assigned topics, conduct meetings and develop their leadership skills.
  • Members learn communication skills by working through manuals such as the Competent Communication manual, a series of 10 self-paced speaking assignments designed to instill a basic foundation in public speaking. There are then 15 Advanced Communications manuals to choose from, covering areas from humorous speaking to Speeches by Management.

One thing that you'll love at Toastmasters meetings is the applause. At first you'll be applauded for your effort; later you'll be applauded for your skill.

Register a new Club on easy-Speak

In order add your club to easy-Speak, you will need to provide us with some details.
To start with, you will need your Toastmasters International Club Number.

Club Number:    

If your club is not yet chartered, then register as a user on this site and send us an email with your club's information. We will respond as soon as we can.   Send e-mail


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