CP TRACKS is published twice a year with one issue in March and another in September. Our latest issue (16-3), featuring CPR snow plows, was mailed September 25th, 2023.
On June 11th, 2023 the Canadian Pacific Historical Association (CPHA) officially became a registered Society in the Province of British Columbia.
These changes mean the CPHA has increased accountability to its members through annual elections of the Executive, stronger requirements for financial reporting, and the society can assume assets such as the CPHA Documents Library. The organization also now stands as a separate entity from its Executive members. "This is a great step in our evolution as we continue to grow as an organization and offer more to our membership" states Dave Love, CPHA Chair. "This effort was led by our Treasurer, Larry Sebelley, thanks to Larry for all his work getting us here."
The first Annual General Meeting of the membership will be planned for sometime in the next 12-18 months.
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In addition to CP TRACKS magazine a dedicated team of CPHA members has been working hard to build a large online library of CPR documents. The library now includes over 13,000 documents, drawings and plans with many more to come. Visit the Documents Library.
Available from the Revelstoke Museum.
The CPHA is in no way affiliated with the Canadian Pacific Railway nor its affiliates. No intent is made to endorse the CPR, nor to associate its logo or name with other companies.