Toronto PET User's Group

The Toronto PET User's Group (est. 1979) is the oldest computer user group in Canada, the second-oldest Commodore users' group in the world, and was also probably the largest. The non-profit group is based in Toronto but has an international membership. TPUG supports nearly all Commodore computers, including the PET, SuperPET, CBM, B128/256/1024, VIC-20, C64, C128, Plus/4, C16, C65 and Amiga, and including the COMAL, CP/M and GEOS environments. TPUG Meetings are held at 7:30 pm on the 3rd Thursday of each month, from September to June, at the Alderwood United Church (downstairs) located at 44 Delma Drive, which is south of Sherway Gardens and west of Browns Line, in Etobicoke, Toronto, Ontario.

Notable members

*Jim Butterfield (founder member)
*Lyman Duggan (founder member)

External links

* [ TPUG official site]
* [ Toronto Commodore Mailing List]

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