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IF YOU MISSED OUT ON THIS CALENDAR EVENT HAVE NO WORRIES YOU CAN STILL GET YOUR CALENDAR AT: Shabby Motley, 365 Queen St. E. Algoma University Bookstore Model Railroad at Wellington Square Mall or contact Linda Savory Gordon by email… Continue Reading DON’T MISS OUT ON CAPT CALENDARS AN – EXCELLENT CHRISTMAS GIFT!
Bear Train Interview on CBC Radio: This interview on CBC radio provides an excellent update on progress being made on efforts to get the Bear Train up and running: CBC Morning North October 30, 2017 Missanabie Cree FN wants to restore Algoma’s… Continue Reading Bear Train Interview CBC Radio; Terry Sheehan Seniors Strategy Consultation; interesting article
CAPT board member, Dorothy Macnaughton, given national CNIB award Dorothy Macnaughton joined the CAPT board several years ago to help with our efforts to have passenger rail restored in Northeastern Ontario, with a particularly because of its importance for people… Continue Reading CAPT board member, Dorothy Macnaughton, given national CNIB award
Latest Media Coverage CAPT submits multimodal strategy response | Sault Star- by Elaine Della-Mattia http://www.saultstar.com/2017/09/27/capt-submits-multimodal-strategy-response An Intern’s Experience at the Gathering in Missanabie by Riley Smith October 11, 2017 https://saultonline.com/2017/10/an-interns-experience-at-the-gathering-in-missanabie/ Check out what’s on the walls in this motel: The… Continue Reading
Our Response to NOMTS (Northern Ontario Multimodal Transportation Strategy) Sootoday.com “First the feds, now the province is off-track when it comes to passenger rail service group states” by Darren Taylor https://www.sootoday.com/local-news/first-the-feds-now-the-province-is-off-track-when-it-comes-to-passenger-rail-service-group-states-724163 Wawa-news.com “CAPT says Northern Ontario Multimodal Transportation Strategy Lacks… Continue Reading some media coverage re: our response to NOMTS
We are asking for CAPT supporters to send us digital photos (high resolution) from various communities along the Algoma passenger train corridor that depict children and the train. For example: a child or children waiting for the train a child… Continue Reading 2018 CAPT Calendar request for photos— Theme: Children and the Passenger Train Message text:
Petitions in the past were on the top of the: “HOME PAGE .” They are now to be found on the Main Menu above: “PETITIONS AND POST CARDS.” The petition that was on Change.org relayed the following information: 1,768 supporters… Continue Reading Petitions and Post Cards added to main menu
“Algoma passenger rail advocate brings Bear Train protest sign to Prime Minister’s rally in BC ‘I took the opportunity to make a sign in support of the bear train’ says former Searchmont resident” – Sootoday.com – Aug. 5, 2017 News Release … Continue Reading Latest Media Coverage
Passenger train supporter Forrest Hinich (from Searchmont) sent us this message and photos from Revelstoke, BC.” I live in Revelstoke and today Justin Trudeau was in town supporting the forest fire evacuees and also celebrating 150 years of train… Continue Reading The Bear Train and the Prime Minister in Revelstoke, BC. Email message:
“Not giving up the fight to get this train back on the rails” by Jairus Patterson CTV Northern Ontario July 28, 2017 http://northernontario.ctvnews.ca/video?clipId=1177464 “Stakeholders continue fight for passenger train “ By Elaine Della-Mattia, Sault Star July 28, 2017 http://www.saultstar.com/2017/07/28/stakeholders-continue-fight-for-passenger-train “Advocates urge feds… Continue Reading Media Event Friday, July 28 and Latest Media Coverage