President – PNR Railworks
Immediate Past President – TTC
1st Vice President - Hatch
2nd Vice President – VIA Rail
Treasurer - Lystek
Secretary – WSP
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
» Alireza Edraki – Wabtec
» Cathy Benjamin-Ostrander – AECOM
» George Huggins – TTR
» Gord Strilchuk – PNR RailWorks
» Graeme Lue Qui – PNR RailWorks
» Vladimir Jean-Pierre – VIA Rail Canada
» Jennifer Benedict – CP Rail
» Joe Bettinelli – AMG Metals
» Kenneth R. Peel – KRP Law
» Michael Sheahan – Hatch
» Orest Kobylansky – TTC
» Percy Lao– WSP
» Richard Wong– TTC
» Rob Fuller – Metrolinx
» Taylor MacDonald – Herzog
» Vladimir Jean-Pierre – VIA Rail
The Toronto Railway Club is a group of railway and transit personnel and suppliers who meet regularly to connect, expand their networks, and keep in touch.
The Toronto Railways Club hosts a number of events during the year and we would encourage you to attend. The events are a great way to catch up, network and connect with other members and those in the rail and transit industry. Check out our gallery below to get a sense and feel of an event with the Toronto Railway Club before you experience it in person.
The club is expanding and looking
for new members.
A Brief History
ON THE RIGHT TRACK SINCE 1931
The Toronto Railway Club was originally founded in 1931 to provide a forum for railroad personnel and the railway suppliers to exchange ideas, share common problems and explore solutions.
The Club's original mandate was to meet on a regular basis for the
advancement and dissemination of knowledge concerning: The construction, operation and maintenance of railways and other forms of transportation; and The equipment and supplies used for the benefit of the members and the companies they represent.
Membership quickly reached 1,000 in those early months, a tribute to the members of the first executive committee. The inaugural meeting took place on March 23,1931 at the Royal York Hotel, Toronto, and was devoted chiefly to the announcement of the Club's incorporation and election of officers. The first President of the Club was Mr. T. C. Hudson, General Superintendent, CN Railway.
The Club has evolved over time, staying true to the original mandate, and also giving members a social frame work to stay connected.
The Club is supported by the generosity of a number of companies and organizations. If you are interested in sponsoring the Club opportunities are always available. Please contact our Secretary for more information.
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