About the Club

Your City.  Your Club.  Your Way.

The Private Club of choice for

Edmonton’s Entrepreneurs and Business Elite 

Our Vision

Our Club will be welcoming to a diverse group of members representing a broad selection of the community, truly reflecting the vibrancy found in Edmonton’s business community.  Locally, our members will meet and network with peers, in premium settings, through engaging events hosted by the Club.  While abroad, we will ensure our members have access to a variety of amenities through our international connections.

Our Values

The Edmonton City Club is committed to acting first and foremost, in the best interest of our Members, with full transparency, honesty and accountability. We will see to it that the Club is open and welcoming to all, and that we foster a community of cooperation, collaboration and connection between Members.




The origin of Edmonton City Club can be traced back to 1950 when a group of prominent businessmen founded Edmonton Petroleum Club. As the needs of the membership changed, the Club’s building was sold in 2018. Since that point in time, the Board has dedicated itself to the establishment of a new Club. Designed with respect for the traditions of the past, the new Edmonton City Club emerged as the destination to meet the lifestyle needs of members, now and in the future.


Jeremy Hamelin – President, president@edmontoncityclub.com
Charles Parker – Vice-President, vicepresident@edmontoncityclub.com
Anthony Nelson – Past President


Randy Olson
Keith Eric Johnson
Leonard Ogbeide
Michelle Patterson Nipp



In an effort to do our part in limiting the spread of COVID-19, we have made the difficult decision to postpone our opening of the club until further notice. While we are still in the process of finalizing our location, the health and safety of our members, guests and staff is our top priority.

Thank you for your patience and understanding in this unprecedented time. Please contact us if you have any questions and/or follow us on Facebook and/or Instagram to keep up-to-date with the club’s status.
While it is still possible to have an opening before the end of 2020 we expect that delays due to COVID will push the opening date into 2021.