Over the past 36 years, the Montreal Highland Games has become one of the premier events on the North American highland games circuit. The Montreal Highland Games is always held on the Sunday following the Glengarry (Maxville) Games, which makes it a double header for pipe bands, athletes, highland dancers and spectators. Among competitors this has become known as the M&M weekend.
Every year, the Montreal Highland Games brings together Montrealers of Scottish and all other backgrounds to celebrate Highland games, music and culture.
The Games represent a wonderful opportunity for participants and visitors alike to discover the treasures, legends and history of the rich Scottish culture.
Come and be part of a great Montreal summer tradition
Kirk Johnstone – The father of the Games
The Montreal Highland Games Society is saddened by the passing of Kirk Johnstone, who was a member of the St. Andrew’s Society, its Council and its Activities Committee. Kirk was a pillar of the Scottish community in Montreal, and was President and Chairman of the Montreal Highland Games Society for many years. He was Pipe-Major of the 306 Wing Air Force Association Pipe Band, 401 Squadron Pipes & Drums, Pipe-Sergeant with The Black Watch (RHR) of Canada Pipes & Drums, piper with 401 Squadron Pipe Band, 438 THS Band, Clan Sutherland, City of St Laurent Pipe Band, City of Toronto Pipe Band and 78th Fraser Highlanders (Montreal). He is greatly missed.