Past Leaders & People
CASLT was founded in 1970 by Dr. Robert Roy, Dr. Borislaw Bilash, Arthur Corriveau, Marcel Bonneau and Louis Maurice.
Dr. Robert Roy (1927-1990) of Winnipeg served as the very first CASLT President from 1971 to 1972. He was a dedicated teacher all his life and very devoted to CASLT activities. It is said that he would never miss a CASLT workshop or conference!
Even once their term as President is over, many CASLT Past Presidents continue to be very active in the Association, sitting on various committees or lending a hand at conferences and events.
Past Robert Roy Award Recipients
Our prestigious Robert Roy Award aims to honor outstanding educators.
Past Lifetime Member Award Recipients
We acknowledge individuals who have rendered significant service and demonstrated leadership in the advancement of second language education by granting them an Honorary Lifetime Member Award.