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Profile:OGS Heritage Societies:Centenary Club

Friday, September 13th, 2013

CentenaryThe Centenary Club is open to anyone who can show direct descent from a person who resided in what is now Ontario for at least one hundred years prior to the date of application. Every person in the descent from that ancestor to the applicant must have lived at least part of their lives in Ontario.


The Club has been divided into three sectors:

  • GOLD: Two hundred years or longer
  • SILVER: One hundred fifty to one hundred ninety-nine years
  • BRONZE: One hundred to one hundred forty-nine years

There is one application form–we will determine which level fits.

Click here for full details and an application form for the Centenary Club.

If you require more information or assistance with your Centenary Club application, please contact our membership coordinator at:

Want to give someone special a Centenary Club Certificate for Christmas? Get your application into our Membership Co-ordinator by mid-October to have it assessed and the certificate sent out to you in time for the Christmas season.

A Heritage Certificate for Christmas

Saturday, December 1st, 2012

If you’re a member of the OGS Centenary Club and you’re looking for a last-minute holiday gift (or just starting your shopping like some of us), consider a supplemental Centenary Club certificate for your relatives. They can be members of the Centenary Club because you’ve already proved that you are.

Supplemental certificates are only $10 each for OGS Members ($20 for non members) and make a great stocking stuffer.

To purchase one, simply download the application form and fill out Section 1 indicating your name and contact information, the number of certificates you are ordering and the names of the relatives you are buying for. No need to provide evidence, it is already on file here.

Please make sure your request reaches us by December 7th so that we can make sure your certificates reach you in time for the 25th.

Questions? Contact or call the Provincial Office at 416-489-0734.