Since 1999 The CP Holiday Train has raised more than $14.5 million and gathered 4.3 million pounds of food for local food banks in North America and the train is scheduled to stop in Northwestern Ontario once again!

Everyone is encouraged to bring a cash or non-perishable food donation to help out local food banks.

While the train is stopped at each location, audiences will be entertained by the likes of Terri Clark, Kelly Prescott and Sierra Noble!

On Monday, December 3, the Holiday Train will make a stop in Dryden at the CP entrance, corner of Queen Street and Earl Avenue from 11:45am-12:15pm. Donations will go towards the Dryden Food Bank.

The next stop will be in Vermilion Bay at the Bay St. Railway Crossing south of Highway 17 from 1:15-1:45pm. Donations will benefit the Machin Area Helping Hands.

Up next will be Kenora. You can catch the Holiday Train right across from the Wholesale Club between 3:45-4:15pm. All donations will head to the Salvation Army Food Bank.

Salem Woodrow is Media Relations Advisor for CP Rail and she’ll have more on Thursday’s Q Morning Show!

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