The London Canadian Studies Association (LoCSA) was established in 2010 in succession to the London Conference for Canadian Studies (LCCS), which was set up in 1982 to encourage the promotion of Canadian Studies in London and the South East. The Association works closely with other organisations based in London such as the British Association for Canadian Studies, the Canadian High Commission, the Quebec Delegation and the UCL Institute of the Americas.
Those interested in Canadian Studies are encouraged to become members of LoCSA as we seek to establish cooperation across various institutions and disciplines. It brings together, for example, specialists in education, geography, history, law, librarianship, linguistics, literature, political studies, psychology, sociology and other disciplines. The activities of the LoCSA are at present: