The London Canadian Studies Association (LoCSA) was established in 2010 in succession to the London Conference for Canadian Studies (LCCS).
Its main aim is to promote the study of Canada in London and the South East through conferences, its journal and related activities.
It is responsible for the London Journal of Canadian Studies (LJCS), an annual refereed journal first published in 1984.
It organises an annual conference in February and is also associated with other academic conferences held in London and the South East such as the annual conference of the BACS History and Politics Group held at Canada House in July.
Its Executive Committee includes the Convenor, Treasurer, Secretary and Editor of the LJCS plus a number of co-opted members.