With over 200 members from across North America and the U.K., seven monthly meetings featuring intriguing speakers, and an informative monthly newsletter, our chapter is active in the preservation and dissemination of aviation history in Canada. You’re invited to become a part of it!
Join us at our monthly meetings (location and map below) where you will enjoy 'hangar flying,' informative presentations, refreshments and the camaraderie of those who share your interest in aviation.
With your membership you will also get seven issues of our newsletter, FLYPAST, which includes write-ups of presentations, information on upcoming events, and aviation news of interest to our members. These newsletters are often illustrated with photos and specially-commissioned artwork.
Please check out our website and contact us with any questions. Hope to see you at our next meeting!
Meeting and Membership Information
Meeting: Meetings are held on Saturdays in February, March, April, May and then start again in October, November and December. (we do not meet during the summer months or in January).
Location: Canadian Forces College 215 Yonge Blvd. at Wilson Avenue, Toronto
(Lt - Gen. Guy Simonds Auditorium – Ground Floor)
Transit: Wilson 96 Bus from the York Mills Subway Station
Time: 1300 hours
Landing Fee: $3 for refreshments
Please visit the Membership tab for information on joining the Toronto (YYZ) Chapter!
Chapter Contact Information
Join the Toronto Chapter!
Would you like to join the Toronto Chapter of the CAHS?
- All members requesting hard copy of Flypast Newsletter - $25.00
- Members requesting e-mail copies - Regular members - $20.00,
- Student - $10.00 ,
- Members currently serving in Canadian Armed Forces - $15.00
Please note: This is ONLY for membership in the Toronto Chapter.
If you would also like to become a National member and receive the Journal, please click here for the CAHS membership page.
Fall 2013 Meeting Dates
September – no meetings
October 5 - "Canada's Air Force Museum, Past and Present"
Speaker: Chris Colton, Executive Director, The National Air Force Museum of Canada
November 2 – "Cold War Fighters: Fighter procurement with a Canadian solution"
Speaker: Dr. Randall Wakelam, Assistant Professor History, Royal Military College
December 7 – "Night Madness: A Rear Gunners Story of Love, Courage, and Hope in World War II"
Speaker: Richard R. Pyves