Established 1988

Joining the GTCCC

The Greater Toronto Council of Camera Clubs is an umbrella organization, with 21 member clubs, that stretches from Burlington to Oshawa, from the Beaches to Haliburton. These clubs range in size from 30 to 375 members. We operate on a calendar year, so the annual dues of $50 are payable by the end of December.
Your club will enjoy the many benefits to joining the GTCCC:

  • You can participate in all events organized by the GTCCC as well as other clubs’ events, at the member reduced rate. All members of your club will become members of the GTCCC through your club’s membership.
  • You can take advantage of a general liability insurance plan, as well as Directors and Officers insurance, at a favourable rate.
  • Your club and it’s members are encouraged to participate in our annual inter-club ‘Open Competition’.
  • The GTCCC organizes two major events each year: the Capturing Light and Shadows education day and the Awards Night and Print Gala, the culmination of the ‘Open Competition’.
  • Through us, Henry’s and Vistek offer discount cards that are accepted at their stores across Canada.
  • A wonderful rate of $4.00 for the quarterly PhotoEd magazine, which sells for $6.50 in the stores.
  • We partner with the Niagara Frontier Regional Camera Clubs (NFRCC), which is made up of clubs from northern New York and Ontario’s Golden Horseshoe area, for an annual fall Inter-Regional Competition.
  • A reduced cost for Henry’s selling of the Scott Kelby online photo resources.
  • We provide a list of speakers for your club meetings.
  • We provide a list of CAPA accredited judges for your club competitions.
  • We will be organizing a fall 2016 retreat.
  • Your club will be added to our website search engine making it easier for new members to find you

Please fill out the form below and a GTCCC representative will be in contact with you.

Meetings are held at the Toronto Camera Club
587 Mount Pleasant Road
Toronto, Ontario  M4S 2M5

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