The Canadian Tractor Museum preserves, portrays and interprets a Canadian point of view on the history of tractors and related equipment. The Museum fosters appreciation and knowledge of this agriculture heritage.
The Canadian Tractor Museum aspires to be the first choice of visitors and researchers for the history and examples of tractor heritage with a Canadian context.
The Museum presents a Canadian viewpoint on tractor history for the education and entertainment of its patrons and guests.
Interpretation of the exhibits will attract and assist individual and groups of local and distant tractor enthusiasts, casual visitors and tourists, researchers and historians of tractor memorabilia and records and those visiting for educational and interpretative programs.
The Westlock & District Tractor Museum Foundation supports the Canadian Tractor Museum by coordinating appropriate exhibit and support programs and by initiating and preparing necessary financial structural and human resources for the Museum and its programs.
The Vintage Tractor & Machinery Club is the founding and initiating Society of the Westlock and District Tractor Museum Foundation (a Society under the Alberta Society Act) which operates the Canadian Tractor Museum.
The Canadian Tractor Museum is a registered name in Canada.
The Westlock and District Tractor Museum Foundation is a registered non-profit society of Alberta and a registered charity with the Canadian Revenue Agency.