Service Committees

Access Ability

AA as a whole defines AA’s with special needs as persons who are blind, visually impaired, have limited mobility, deaf or hard of hearing, chronically ill or homebound, and those with limited reading abilities or facing language barriers. Read More


Alcoholics Anonymous quietly arrived in Canada, Toronto, Ontario, on January 13th, 1943. The first meeting was held without fanfare at the Little Denmark Restaurant, located on the west side of Bay Street between Gerrard and College Streets. Read More


The Greater Toronto Area Website, and The Better Times Newsletter (Produced Monthly for AA Members in the Greater Toronto Area). Read More


The Correctional Committee of Greater Toronto Area Intergroup is responsible for supplying Chairpersons, Speakers, and Literature for A.A. Meetings at correctional centers, jails, detention centers, probation centers and similar institutions. Read More

Cooperation with the Professional Community

Cooperation with the Professional Community’s (CPC) purpose is to carry the message to professionals and students in professional schools, to understand how and why AA works. Read More


The Finance Subcommittee is responsible for the financial soundness and well-being of the operations of the Intergroup Office. Read More

Information A.A. Day

This event is put on to demonstrate how alcoholics in this great program can become active (or more active) in the fellowship. Read More

Ontario Regional Conference

The ORC is an annual event that has its roots in the late 1940’s, when AA’s began gathering annually in Toronto for Regional Meetings and Conferences, ten of which took place at the Harbour Castle Hotel. Read More


The Operating Committee of GTA Intergroup is composed of 10 members of AA, 9 of whom are elected from the Intergroup Representatives of the AA Groups from 9 service Districts in the GTA. Read More

Public Information (PI)

The mandate of the Public Information Committee is to act as the liaison between the public and the fellowship of Alcoholics Anonymous in the Greater Toronto Area with the goal of carrying the message to the alcoholic who still suffers. Read More


The purpose of a Treatment Committee is to coordinate the work of individual A.A. members and groups who are interested in carrying our message of recovery to alcoholics in treatment facilities, and to set up a means of “bridging the gap” from the facility to the larger A.A. community. Read More

Twelfth Step

Can you spare a few hours to carry the message of AA? We need Phone Greeters, 12- step volunteers, after-hour volunteers and volunteer listing updaters. Read More

Winter Season Open House

About and History of the Winter Season Open House to come soon. Read More