About the Montreal Highland Games
The Montreal Highland Games, established in 1855, are the oldest Scottish festival in Canada.
Over the past 40 years, the Games have become one of the premier events on the North American Highland games circuit.
The Montreal Highland Games are always held on the Sunday following the Glengarry Highland Games in Maxville, Ontario, which makes it a double-header for pipe bands, athletes, Highland dancers and spectators. Among competitors, this has become known as the M&M weekend.
Every year, the Montreal Highland Games bring together Montrealers of all backgrounds to celebrate Scottish sport, music and culture.
The Games represent an exceptional opportunity for participants and visitors alike to discover the rich history and traditions of Scotland.
MONTREAL HIGHLAND GAMES SOCIETY
President: Scott A. MacKenzie
Athletics: Jason Baines
Piping and drumming: Cameron Stevens
Highland dancing: Debbie Johnstone
Concessions and vendors: Sherri McGurnaghan
Clans: Steven Logan
Patrons: Chantale Ménard
Media and communications: Marilyn Meikle
Administrative Assistant: Sara Lackie