Policies/Dress Code

Conduct of Members & Guests

Please be mindful of the Club motto “Savoir faire, Savoir vivre”. Members and guests should conduct themselves at all times in an exemplary manner that honours the traditions and values of the Club.

Members and guests are personally responsible for ensuring they respect the law regarding the consumption of alcohol and the use of cannabis or other intoxicants, in particular as it pertains to the operation of motor vehicles. That responsibility is not and cannot be assumed by the Club.

Dress Code

Members and guests are required to conform to the approved standards of attire at all times.
For greater certainty, the following guidelines shall be respected:


  • Tailored slacks or evening pants (no denim), with shirts or blouses, jackets or shawls required. Ties encouraged.
  • Business dresses (no halter or spaghetti straps), skirts with blouses.


  • Smart, casual tailored trousers or pants (including denim); shirts with collars and sleeves, turtleneck and pullover sweaters, golf shirts with collar; collarless blouses; skirts and summer dresses (no shorter than mid-thigh).
  • Tights under dress, tunic shirts, or long jacket (each no shorter than mid-thigh).

More formal business attire is always appropriate and encouraged in the Club.

Please note, when attending a private event, the dress requirement is Casual Business Attire unless specified otherwise by the host.

Not permitted anywhere in the club

  • Shorts, track or yoga pants, faded, worn and/or torn trousers/pants, cargo pants
  • Crop or tank top, t-shirt, hoodie, sweatshirt, fleece jacket or pullover, outerwear
  • Apparel with slogans or commercial messages, wrinkled or unwashed clothing, visible undergarments (i.e. underwear, bras)
  • Canvas or nylon sneakers/athletic shoes (no visible logos), work boots, winter boots, casual sandals/open toe shoes (i.e. flip flops)
  • Combat or tactical uniform
  • Hats/caps

To avoid any possibility of embarrassment, members are urged to ensure their guests (including children) comply with the Club’s standards of dress. Disregard for the Dress Code Policy may result in the refusal of admission.


  • Personal effects such as hats, coats, umbrellas and overshoes, briefcases and valuables may be left at the reception desk. The Club accepts no responsibility for the loss of any personal effects.
  • Electronic Communications devices (ie. laptops, tablets, cell phones, etc.) may be used discreetly in silent mode throughout the Club with the exception of the formal dining room. Telephone calls may be placed and received in private rooms reserved for meetings.
  • Photography by members and their guests is permissible in areas of the Club where electronic communication devices are permitted. To protect the privacy of our members, their guests, and our employees; photographs should not include individuals who have not given their express consent or any Club employees.

About Bar/Restaurant Service

  • Guests shall respect the decision of any Club employee to refuse the service of alcohol. Club employees engaged in the service of alcoholic beverages have received training approved by the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario and are required to abide by the Club’s Policy Statement on Alcohol Service.


For additional information, please contact the Club at (613) 233-7787.