Branches of the Association
While conforming to the national organization's objectives and programs, local branches are self-governing and produce their own activities and events. Branches must hold at least one meeting a year, but almost all meet every, or every second, month.
Branch activities have included extensive research projects, such as the King's Names project undertaken by Sir Guy Carleton Branch in Ottawa. In that endeavor, the branch is attempting to produce a computer data base which will index every possible Loyalist mentioned in the records of the British Army at New York City during the Revolution. To date, thousands have been indexed. Other branches have erected plaques commemorating Loyalists or Loyalist events, and supported local historical and educational activities. Branch activities are only limited by the imagination of its members.
The Branches of the Association and the areas that they cover, organized by region of the country, are listed below: you may click on "email" to contact a branch, or on "website" to view that branch's website; or you may click on "newsletter" to view the branch newsletter.
"The Branches of the UELAC" contains details about the formation and chartering of current and past branches; more extensive details about individual branches can often be found on that branch's website.
Branches with their own Facebook groups are now designated by a Facebook icon linked to that group's page. Click this icon – – for the general UELAC Facebook page. If marked with an ‘M’ as follows – – you must long in as a Facebook member to view the group; otherwise, the page is publicly accessible.
Heritage Branch - [email]
Assiniboine Branch - [email]
Province of Manitoba