Canadian Club of Lake Chapala
|The Club provides a little Canadiana along the north shore of Lake Chapala in Jalisco, Mexico.
This is the largest group of Canadians living outside Canada on a full or part time basis outside of Florida, USA. It is estimated 6,000 to 10,000 Canadians visit or live here depending on the time of year.
You are welcome to visit any of the areas listed from the drop down menus above.
In addition to the Speaker’s program the club hosts, from September through April, other events include Canadian Thanksgiving Dinner, a Christmas Party and Canada Day Celebrations.
In addition there is a Travel Program which regularly takes members to interesting places within Mexico, Central and South America.
Members receive e-mail notices of all our programs. In addition an advertisement appears in the Guadalajara Reporter two weeks before the program.
To contact a member of the Club Executive or to become a Club volunteer
please contact us at
Harry Wylie was born and received his pre baccalaureate education in Nova Scotia. He continued his education at universities in New Brunswick, Quebec, Ontario and Michigan. He was an officer in the Canadian army. His career was primarily in the auto industry in Michigan and he retired as president of Hallmark Strategies, an automotive engineering support company. Extracurricular activity included ice curling (he represented the United States Curling Association in Scotland in 2001), flying and humanitarian pursuit through the Detroit Executive Service Corporation and the Rotary Club. Harry holds two citizenships—Canadian and American. He is the author of "Between the Dying and the Dead" and "You Don’t Know Jack," two biographies of the late Dr. Jack Kevorkian, aka Dr. Death. The former was produced as a major motion picture starring Al Pacino and directed by Barry Levinson, released in April 2010. Mr. Pacino won an Emmy for his portrayal of Kevorkian. Harry and his wife of 48 years have three children residing in Michigan, Georgia and Missouri. The Wylie’s allocate their time between Ajijic, Mexico and the Gatineau Hills, Canada.
Wednesday March 11th
Check-in and registration - 3:00 p.m.
Program Starts at 4:00 p.m.
Guests 50 pesos
You do not have to be Canadian to participate
All Nationalities are welcome at our events