(a) Further and develop classical guitar performance and pedagogy.

(b) Support and promote the musical development of both amateur and student guitarists through workshops, master classes, and local and regional competitions; build community and friendship through social music events.

(c) To make accessible the classical guitar to a wide audience through delivery outreach programs, in cooperation with educational institutions and care facilities.

(d) Collaborate with other guitar organizations regionally, nationally, and internationally to organize and host festivals of guitar performance and competition.

(e) Feature the creative work of Canadian local and national composers of new music for the guitar.

(f) Provide venues for showcasing the creativity and craftsmanship of local luthiers.

(g) Create public venues with other artists (e.g. dance, voice) to inform and increase community appreciation of the versatility of the guitar in various performance art forms.