About EV Society

We’ve been advocating the advantages of electric cars since 1991.

You could say we’re passionate.

Vision, Mission & Values


A world where everyone’s journey is safe, clean, and fun.


To utilise the expertise of electric vehicle owners and enthusiasts to help Canadians transition to electric transportation through education and advocacy.


We value Integrity, Diversity and Passion. Our message must be delivered with optimism, enthu-siasm, and honesty. The merits of electric vehicles sell themselves once understood, and do not require high-pressure sales tech-niques.


We collaborate and band together on shared goals and values to help inspire and educate our community on the benefits of electric mobility. Together we are greater than the sum of our parts!


EV Society is incorporated as a not-for-profit organization. Everything we do is guided by 4 core “Objects”:

      • Promoting an interest in vehicles propelled by electric power and which may include hybrid power sources.
      • Promoting the reduction of pollution in the air by transportation vehicles, thereby enhancing the natural environment and improving the quality of life.
      • Gathering and disseminating information about electric vehicles.
      • Providing the means of social activity, mutual helpfulness, recreation, and other advantages of membership.

Management Team

EV Society is a registered Not-for-Profit with an elected Board of Directors. The Board carries out and oversees collective actions to ensure the sustainability and relevance of the EV Society for the present into the future while meeting the interests of members. 



Board of Directors

Devin Arthur

Committees & Working Groups

If you are interested in volunteering for a committee or working group, click on the title of the committee or working group to send an e-mail and express your interest.

Communications CommitteeAnnual ReportCompiles and prepares an Annual Report at the end of January of each year
Social MediaHandles social media channels.
Public RelationsHandles public relations related items.
EducationDevelops curriculum and course materials
NewsletterPrepares newsletters and editorials
Howard Hutt Annual AwardReview of nominations, annual presentation to the Board for approval
Chapter Relations Committee-Liaisons with regional Chapters.
Membership Benefits Committee-Adding value to membership through member benefits
Tech CommitteeManages and maintains IT systems and digital technology platforms.
Finance Committee-Manages budget and fundraising efforts.
Government Relations Committee-Grass roots, lobbying, and member messaging to promote electrified transportation
Election and Nomination Committee-Prepares nominations, conducts on-line elections and prepares results for the membership and the Board
Webinar Committee-Plans and runs the Canada Talks Electric Cars (CTEC) monthly webinar series.

Annual Report

A full overview of the EV Society and our activities is available in our Annual Reports: