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NOTICE: We Have Moved!

Due to the closure of the Sears branch at Halifax Shopping Center, where we have met for over 60 years, we have had to move our club. We will be spending the 2017-2018 season at:

Sobeys Clayton Park Community Room
287 Lacewood Drive,
Halifax, NS B3M 3Y7

See our contact page for directions.

We hope to see everyone at our new location. It will be a big change for us!


Welcome to the Sears-Halifax Toastmasters Club!

The Sears-Halifax Toastmasters Club was chartered as club number 1555 on February 25th, 1956, and it is still going strong. It is currently the oldest Toastmasters Club east of Montreal.

Guests are always welcome! See our contact page for details.


Do you fear speaking in public?

You are not alone! Fear of public speaking is a very common problem. Even seasoned professional speakers can feel nervous before speaking. Sears-Halifax Toastmasters Club can help you develop the confidence you need. The communication skills that you will learn will prove invaluable in your professional and personal life.

Would you like to improve your leadership skills?

A well-proven program of leadership development will boost your confidence. Let us guide you in a warm friendly encouraging environment to discover the hidden leader within.

What YOU should do next…

At Toastmasters, you work at your own pace, in a friendly, encouraging environment. There is no pressure! Just follow these seven steps to start you on the road to more confident public speaking and leadership:

  1. Come and visit us at a few meetings. You will not be required to say anything if you don’t want to, you can just quietly observe, and get a feel for how the meetings are run.
  2. When you feel ready, ask any of our friendly members about how to join our group.
  3. Spend some time reviewing the materials provided with your membership and find out what your next steps are from your member manuals.
  4. Work with your assigned mentor to begin working on your first speech. Your mentor will help you overcome any obstacles in your path.
  5. As you work on your first speech, take on a few small meeting roles, some require very little speaking from you, some just a few seconds. This will ease you into feeling more and more comfortable with each meeting.
  6. Deliver your very first Toastmasters speech! Congratulations! Good job! High fives!
  7. Accept your first Toastmasters pin at the next meeting for delivering your awesome speech! You are now on your way!

Just start by visiting us, let us show you how it’s done! It’s easier than you think!

Instant feedback

Benefit from constructive feedback. One of the things that makes Toastmasters unique is the instant feedback you receive after any assignment. The aim is not to criticize, but tell you how well you did as well as some pointers for improvement – all done in a friendly club atmosphere!

We have an established mentoring system where experienced club members will guide you through the program, offering help and encouragement. Combine this with a well-proven educational program and a very social group and you’ll soon see why we are the longest running Toastmasters club in Nova Scotia!!


Find out more

Explore our site and find out everything that Sears-Halifax Toastmasters Club can offer you: what goes on at our meetings, the educational program and links to resources to help you develop as an individual.

We are located in the beautiful city of Halifax, Nova Scotia and we are the oldest existing club east of Montreal. Guests are always welcome – please use our contact page if you require any further information or would like to come along to one of our meetings.

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