The Canadian Transit Heritage Foundation is the only national organization supporting and celebrating Canada’s transit heritage. It is a registered non-profit charitable corporation with work carried out through the efforts of volunteers who are committed to preserving, recording and sharing Canada’s public transit heritage. With a mission “to be the voice and resource for Canada’s transit heritage by preserving and promoting transit history, the CTHF is dedicated to fostering partnerships, delivering value and inspiring innovation.”

Strategic Plan

CTHF has developed a 2016-2018 Strategic Plan which sets out our future course of action for the Foundation. The Plan includes a series of Critical Success Factors (CSFs) which are being used by your Directors to guide our work and to measure our success. The Plan includes a new Vision for the Foundation – Pride and Passion in Canada’s Transit Heritage, and a change to the Mission Statement. Here is a summary of the Strategic Plan.



Chris Prentice President
Gordon Nevison Vice President and Communications
Peter Chatoff Secretary
Doug Shields Treasurer
Kevin Nicol Assistant Treasurer
Michael Roschlau Strategic Advisor


Kevin Nicol Director, Events & Street Side Guide
Adam Zhelka Director, Bulletin
Rob Chew Regional Director – British Columbia
Alex Regiec Regional Director – Prairies
Robert Lubinski Regional Director – Ontario
Wes Woods Regional Director – Quebec & Atlantic Canada
Sandy Casey Director
Richard Oldfield Director
Trevor Parkins-Sciberras Director

Archives/Bulletin/Social Media/Website

Ted Wickson Archivist
Andrew Gold Bulletin Editor
David Onodera Production Co-Ordinator
Trevor Parkins-Sciberras Facebook Manager
Ashton Wong Web Designer
Allen Dicion Webmaster


Corporate Information

Canadian Transit Heritage Foundation – Fondation canadienne du patrimoine de transport urbain was continued under the Canada Not-for-profit Corporations Act on September 19, 2014.



Canadian Transit Heritage Foundation
Fondation canadienne du patrimoine de transport urbain