Toronto Chapter

Upcoming Events

  • Toronto Festivus
    December 11, 2019
    6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Join your fellow members, significant others and guests on Wednesday December 11th for the 3V Toronto Festivus celebration. This year’s event will be held at F’Amelia 12 Amelia Street. Food will be served throughout the evening, drinks are pay as you go. Again, this is a mixed event as well as the last event of the 2019 (more…)

More events coming soon… Visit the Event Page for a list of all upcoming events.

Past Event Photos

Toronto VOB- Oct 2-2019

Toronto Mess Dinner CFC-2019

Toronto Summer Mixer- July 17-2019

Toronto POE May 2019

Toronto Starbucks Panel Discussion- Mar 6-2019

Toronto Festivus- Dec 2018

Remembrance Day-Toronto 2018

Toronto Veterans On Bay St. 26 Sep 2018

Toronto Mess Dinner CFC 2018

2nd Annual POE

Chapter Leadership


Philip Grosch

Treble Victor President, Toronto

Philip is a senior partner with PwC based in Toronto. He leads the firm’s global centre of excellence helping clients realize value from transforming their customer facing functions (sales marketing & service) powered by Cloud, Machine Learning and AI platforms. For PwC in Canada he leads the firm’s Marketing, Sales and Communication function.

Philip served in the South African Navy as a Marine.


Don Ludlow

Treble Victor Past President, Toronto

Don Ludlow is the Regional Vice President for Commercial Markets in Southwestern Ontario Region at RBC, leading a team of financial services professionals focused on helping mid-market companies succeed and grow in the marketplace. Previous roles at RBC have included National Head of Specialized Sales, Vice President, Commercial Markets, Director of Corporate Strategy and Development and Senior Manager in the Corporate Marketing Department. Prior to joining RBC in 2001, Don served as an Infantry Officer (RCR) in the Canadian Army where he led soldiers on a number of domestic and international operations and worked in both staff and training roles.

Don has an MBA from McGill University, an MSC from the London School of Economics & Political Science and a BA from the Royal Military College of Canada (Kingston). Don lives in downtown Toronto with his wife Fiona and 6 year old son Max.


Tim Patriquin

Board Member, Toronto

Tim served for 23 years as a Military Engineer Officer.  He has been an Investment Advisor at RBC Dominion Securities since January 2007.  He is a board member of Treble Victor Group and a Past President.  He sits on the boards of the RMC Foundation and the Canadian Institute for Military and Veteran Health Research.  Tim is also on the Advisory Board of MaxSys.


Samieh Walden

Board Member and Operations Manager, Toronto

Samieh provides a full suite of Operational Support to various types of clients including 3V. Over 16 years of Corporate experience in Telecomm. Versatile Professional Administrator with extensive experience in effectively managing programs, projects and people. Samieh is passionate about personal growth and teaches Kundalini Yoga part time.


Natalie Laparé

Board Member, Toronto

Natalie is currently working in Human Resources for the Department of National Defence, specialising in Diversity & Gender Awareness, Harassment and Injury Management at the Regional Level.


Eghtedar Manouchehri

Board Member, Toronto

Vice President, Airport Operations and System Operations Control, Porter Airlines. Served 17 years as an Armour Officer with Lord Strathcona’s Horse (Royal Canadians) in the Canadian Armed Forces. Operational deployments include Bosnia, Kabul, Kandahar, and the Vancouver 2010 Olympics. Studied at the Royal Military College and the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management.


George (Geordie) Young

Board Member, Toronto

Geordie is Managing Director, Asset and Risk Metrics at Gluskin Sheff + Associates, a wealth management firm. Prior to joining Gluskin Sheff in 2010, Geordie worked at Goldman Sachs for eight years in London, UK, as an Executive Director in the Interest Rate Products group. He previously worked in the energy industry, structuring electricity and gas derivative transactions for the North American markets. Prior thereto he was a consultant with McKinsey & Company.

Geordie is on the board of True Patriot Love, and is a participant in the TPL Expedition series. He took part in the ski to the Magnetic North Pole in April 2014, and was a TPL civilian co-chair for the 2016 expedition to climb Mt. Vinson in Antarctica. He is also on the board of Team Rubicon Canada.

He was a youth hockey coach for many years, and is a Scout and Venturer Leader for the Toronto 219th Troop. Originally from British Columbia, Geordie lives in Toronto with his wife Karen and their two children, Jeffrey and Kathryn.


Cliff Trollope

Board Member, Toronto

Cliff is a Partner at MNP and leads the firm’s Enterprise Risk Services practice for Eastern Canada, as well as MNP’s national business continuity and emergency management consulting practice. A graduate of the Royal Military College of Canada, he served for 23 years in the Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry (PPCLI) and 3 years in the reserves as the Commanding Officer of the Royal Regiment of Canada. Cliff was one on the original members of the Treble Victor (when it was founded as the Pinnacle Group) and he is also a member of Canada Company and a supporter of Prince’s Operation Entrepreneur and Wounded Warriors Canada.


Paul Carroll

Board Member, Toronto

Paul is the Head of Operations and Process Improvement for Scotiabank’s Global Wholesale Operations. He is also the Managing Partner for Pathfinder Leadership Associates. He is one of the founders and a past president of the Blackstone Association – an association for former and serving members of Joint Task Force 2. Paul served as both an infantry officer and in special operations during his 24 years of uniformed service. He has an MBA from the Ivey School of Business and a BA in English and Political Science from Carleton University. He has a keen interest in veterans’ transition. He also enjoys the challenges of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu.

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