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DON’T MISS OUT ON CAPT CALENDARS AN – EXCELLENT CHRISTMAS GIFT!

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!

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2018 CALENDAR SALES INFORMATION AND IMAGES!

Calendar Sales The 2018 CAPT calendars with the theme of “Children and the Train…for generations to come” can be purchased for $13 each in the following ways: At the Station Mall  on Friday, Dec. 1 from 12 pm to 3:00… Continue Reading 2018 CALENDAR SALES INFORMATION AND IMAGES!

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Calendar Sales and Media Coverage

Calendar Sales The 2018 CAPT calendars with the theme of “Children and the Train…for generations to come” can be purchased for $13 each in the following ways: At the Station Mall  on Friday, Dec. 1 from 12 pm to 3:00… Continue Reading Calendar Sales and Media Coverage

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2018 CALENDAR IMAGES

HAVE A LOOK AT THE 2018 CALENDAR, FRONT AND BACK! Click here to reach the merchandise site to find out how and where to buy. They are $13.00 each.

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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 renovated Catalina Motel has new… Continue Reading Latest Media Coverage

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Latest Media Coverage

Algoma : la Première Nation de Missanabie pourrait gérer son train | ICI.Radio-Canada.ca http://ici.radio-canada.ca/nouvelle/1064399/algoma-premiere-nation-missanabie-train Train de passagers dans le Nord de l’Ontario : les partis d’opposition en feront un enjeu électoral  le jeudi 9 novembre 2017 http://ici.radio-canada.ca/nouvelle/1066128/train-de-passagers-dans-le-nord-de-lontario-les-partis-dopposition-en-feront-un-enjeu-electoral NDP vows to bring back Northlander |… Continue Reading Latest Media Coverage

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Bear Train Interview CBC Radio; Terry Sheehan Seniors Strategy Consultation; interesting article

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

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CAPT board member, Dorothy Macnaughton, given national CNIB award

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

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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

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some media coverage re: our response to NOMTS

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

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