BOARD OF DIRECTORS

MANITOBA TRANSIT HERITAGE ASSOCIATION

The Manitoba Transit Heritage Association, Inc. (MTHA) is a registered non-profit museum and

charitable organization under the Corporations Act of Manitoba and is a registered charity under the

Income Tax Act (Canada). Registered Charitable Business Number: 88775 1659 RR0001


The mission of the Association is to restore old transit vehicles for historic purposes; to create a transit museum for display of transit vehicles; and to provide restored heritage transit vehicles for public parades and displays.


Transit Heritage members and volunteers include retired and current employees of Winnipeg Transit, New Flyer Industries, Motor Coach Industries, Beaver Bus Lines, Greyhound Canada and the Amalgamated Transit Union Local 1505 along with motor bus, trolley coach and streetcar enthusiasts from the general public.

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Alan Brunsel

President

The Manitoba Transit Heritage Association was established on July 21, 1989 by a group of dedicated Winnipeg Transit employees and retirees interested in collecting and preserving records, memorabilia and vehicles related to the City of Winnipeg's public transit service.


Pictured L-R: Ken Graham, Ronald H. Alexander, Bill Belcher, George Watson, John Kapusta, Ross Smith, John Baker.


Others not shown in the picture include: James Hunter, Steve Dankewich, Geordie Despins, Rick Gill, Ron Parker, Ken Taylor, Chriss Orr, Dennis Cavanagh, David Hrehoruk, Bill Campbell, Jim Brydges, Brian Schuff and Ray West.

FOUNDING MEMBERS

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Corporate Information

Linley James

Vice President

Alex Regiec

Treasurer

Ross Smith

Secretary-Founder

John Kapusta

Founder

Dennis Cavanagh

Founder

David Wyatt

Historian

Roger Hamelin

Logan Poole

Peter Elwick

Beverley Haystead

Patrick Rogoski

Jim Legg

Maintenance

Jim Dudych

Maintenance

Tom Dudych

New Flyer Ind.

ATU Local 1505