The Canadian Association of Singapore (CAS) was first established 68 years ago in 1949 with a goal to connect Canadian expatriates in Singapore. As a registered society in Singapore, CAS is proud to host premier fundraising events such as the Black-Tie Maple Leaf Ball and the Canadian Thanksgiving Dinner, which have raised hundreds of thousands of dollars for local charities over the years.
With 700+ active members, CAS continues to grow and foster strong relations with the local community.
President: Kim Norman
First VP: Sandra Johnson
Second VP/MLT: Janey Schueller
Treasurer: Steve Adamson
Membership Secretary: Jennifer Bakody
Editor-in-Chief: Marie Tuxford
Sponsorships and Partnerships: Janey Schueller
Join the Canadian Association of Singapore today and enjoy member’s rates for all CAS events, exclusive member’s privileges offered from sponsors of CAS, complimentary postings on the CAS Bulletin Board and a copy of the Maple Leaf Times (published 8 times a year). PLEASE NOTE, our membership period runs from September to September.
One fee for CAS Membership. Now individuals and families pay only $50 per year for a membership that is valid from Sept 1, 2016 to Sept 1, 2017 year.
**If you purchased membership after June 1, 2016, you are enrolled until Sept 1, 2017! You do not have to register again this year.
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Like Canada, CAS boasts a diverse membership with over 30 nationalities represented across many professions and sectors.
You can reach out to our members through advertising in the Maple Leaf Times magazine - published 8 times a year or on our website home page in our flashy ad boxes. Take advantage of our e-blast tool to send out your event details to our database or include your upcoming company info and events as an insert in the magazine.
In 1980, Terrance Stanley “Terry” Fox – a one legged amputee and cancer victim – embarked on a cross Canada run in a quest to raise money and awareness for cancer research. The Canadian athlete, turned humanitarian and cancer research activist, ran for 143 days and completed 5,373 kilometres before succumbing to the disease.
His one selfless act has inspired millions around the globe who have come together since 1981 to fulfil his dream. Today, The Terry Fox Run is the world’s largest one-day fundraiser for cancer research, covering an expanse of over 60 countries – including Singapore.
– Terry Fox