Every year as part of Black History Month, the Toronto Children’s Breakfast Clubs organize a day trip to Parliament Hill for a group of children from disadvantaged neighbourhoods in Toronto.
In response to customer demand, VIA Rail Canada will introduce new schedules in the Montreal-Ottawa-Toronto triangle, effective January 24, 2012. These important changes are expected to attract some 100,000 new passengers annually. The increased ridership will lead to an increase in revenues of several million dollars per year. This will reduce the need for government operating funding, good news for Canadian taxpayers.
In response to customer demand, VIA Rail Canada will introduce new schedules in the Montreal-Ottawa-Toronto triangle, effective January 24, 2012.
Government of Canada and VIA Rail complete major improvements to Montreal-Ottawa-Toronto line.
VIA Rail prepared to ease impact on travellers in light of potential Air Canada work stoppage.
Garden lovers can rejoice. VIA Rail has expanded the VIA Garden Route so travelers can experience Canada’s spectacular gardens.
One of the world’s best long-haul rail journeys just got remarkably better.
VIA Rail Canada’s time-saving services for time-chasing Business Travellers.
VIA Rail Canada is offering Youth Fare discounts to passengers aged 12 to 25, as part of its drive to appeal to younger passengers.
VIA Rail Canada is proud to show its support for athletes preparing to represent the country in Vancouver this February and March.
With the first major storm of the season expected to hit Ontario and Quebec within the next 24 hours, VIA Rail Canada expects demand for seats to quickly increase for its trains in the Windsor - Québec City corridor.