In December, 1997, I did a test at the University of Toronto.  It was organized by Mensa Canada, after I called them to request it.  I figured it couldn't hurt.
Fortunately, I fluked the test.  Yes, I was accepted.  Perhaps because they give brownie points beyond the age of 26.  And, no, I'm not 300 years old.
You should join us.
On October 2, 2010, at the 50th anniversary party for Mensa North America, held in Streetsville, it was so packed a few people couldn't find a seat, including myself.
You can even reach this website if you spell my last name wrong at Brian Chaisson