Founded in 1992, the Canadian Transit Heritage Foundation – Fondation canadienne du patrimoine de transport urbain, 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.”
The CTHF Board adopted its second comprehensive Strategic Plan in November 2022 which guides the future course of action for the Foundation. The Plan covers the time frame 2022-2025 and reinforces the Foundation’s Vision – Pride and Passion in Canada’s Transit Heritage – as well as the Mission Statement adopted as part of the previous plan. The new 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. Click here to download the summary of the current Strategic Plan.
|Doug Shields||Vice President and Treasurer|
|Kevin Nicol||Assistant Treasurer, Director of Events & Street Side Guide|
|Michael Roschlau||Strategic Advisor|
|Adam Zhelka||Director, Bulletin, Archivist|
|Rob Chew||Regional Director – British Columbia|
|Alex Regiec||Regional Director – Prairies|
|Robert Lubinski||Regional Director – Ontario|
|Wes Woods||Regional Director – Quebec & Atlantic Canada|
|Bob Hussey||Director – United States Liaison|
|Ashton Wong||Director – Social Media/Website|
|Ted Wickson||Archivist Advisor|
|Andrew Gold||Bulletin Editor|
The Foundation’s original 1992 Charter and By-Law was continued under the updated Federal Not-for-profit Corporations Act on September 19, 2014.