Serving as a cultural centre, the German Canadian Club Hansa was founded in 1958 as a not for profit organization in a small restaurant in Brampton, Ontario. It was born of German immigrants who were eager to embrace their new lives in Canada and contribute to the richness of Canada's multicultural fabric. With the goal to integrate and contribute to the Canadian society in mind while preserving and sharing what they cherished of their homeland was paramount and inspired the forefathers of the German Canada Club Hansa to form the cultural centre as we know it today.
The German Canadian Club Hansa has been an agricultural, physical and cultural landmark of the Brampton/Mississauga topography for as many years as the citizens and visitors to these regions can possibly remember. Both the Mayor of Mississauga and the Mayor of Brampton attended the fabulous celebration in 2008 when Hansa Haus celebrated its 50th Anniversary.
Today, the membership has swelled to more than 550 members, and countless other individuals, groups and major corporations of all facets, now enjoy the facilities that have been built by the members of the German Canadian Club Hansa to celebrate their own milestones, year after year.
Whether you are interested in becoming a member or taking advantage of the fantastic facilities this German Canadian Cultural Centre and its five decades of membership have built, we invite you to explore this web site and the versatility of our services and venues, and hope you will visit us soon to continue with our tradition of family and celebration and let us help you to create your own extraordinary memories.
Please enjoy the site, and be sure to let us know what we can do to accomodate any special requests you may have for your event or join us for the many festivities we host throughout the year! Be sure to check our events page to see what's in store for 2014.