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MP Hughes Raises transportation concerns at Minister’s consultation meeting.

Ottawa – Transportation links that service northern and rural communities cannot be treated as an afterthought by the government according to Algoma-Manitoulin-Kapuskasing, MP Carol Hughes. Hughes...
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CAPT Updates ONNtv, Efforts to Revitalize Rail Still Chuggin’ Along

A battle being fought for years, CAPT (The Coalition for Algoma Passenger Trains) is still hard at work to see the renewal of passenger...
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NEORN 2018 Rail Summit: ‘This is what the North deserves’

The North Eastern Ontario Rail Network (NEORN) held a summit regarding the renewal of passenger rail service in Ontario, and how to make it happen. The...
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NEORN poses serious questions to politicians for upcoming Rail Summit

The Passenger Rail Summit is being held April 19 at the Quattro Hotel in Sault Ste. Marie. The Passenger Rail Summit is being sponsored by...

Rail Summit April 19th in Sault Ste. Marie announces guest speakers

The Northeastern Ontario Passenger Rail Summit will take place on April 19th in Sault Ste. Marie, at Quattro Hotel. It is open to all interested...
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NEORN to host Passenger Rail Summit in the Sault

NorthEastern Ontario Rail Network News Release Northeastern Ontario is suffering from increasing isolation of communities, economies and people. A NorthEastern Ontario Passenger Rail Loop to can...

This is what is wanted in the north!

The Coalition for Algoma Passenger Trains and the Northern and Eastern Ontario Rail Network are pushing for this in the north, or something like...

A Festive Journey: Canadian Pacific Holiday Train Stops in Dubreuilville

Photo credit from CP Rail. Join representatives from the Coalition for Algoma Passenger Trains (CAPT) and Missanabie Cree First Nation (MCFN) on November 30th at...

ACR Discussions Begin with Transport Canada

 Members of the ACR Passenger Service Stakeholders Working Group entered into formal discussions with Transport Canada yesterday. During a teleconference organized by Sault MP...

ACR stakeholders send follow-up letter to Transport Canada requesting urgent meeting

With the Federal Government’s one-year funding extension into the Algoma Central Railway passenger service set to expire March 31, stakeholders sent a follow-up letter...