CP Holiday Train thrills Thunder Bay

The CP Holiday Train arriving in Thunder Bay in 2013.
The CP Holiday Train arrived in Thunder Bay right on time and to the cheers of young and old alike.

THUNDER BAY – News – The CP Holiday Train rumbled into Thunder Bay stopping at the Syndicate Avenue Station tonight to the delight of a crowd of almost 1000 people. The bright lights and the festive music helped brighten everyone’s night. Mayor Keith Hobbs was on hand to welcome the crowd and thank them for coming out on “The coldest night of the year in Thunder Bay”.

The Mayor was also on hand to receive a generous donation of $4000 from Canadian Pacific. The CP Holiday Train has collected millions of pounds of food and millions of dollars in the years it has made its way across Canada.

Entertainers on the Canadian train include Doc Walker, Miss Emily, and the Brothers Dube.

The train will depart on the rest of its journey across Northwestern Ontario on onto British Columbia after its stop in Thunder Bay.

The entertainment on the train delighted the chilly but enthusiastic crowd.

The Brothers Dube rock out to Jingle Bells
It might have been a little chilly but the warmth of the crowd more than made up for it
Bright Lights and happy Christmas music filled the air as the train arrived in Thunder Bay
The best part of the night $4000 into the coffers of the Regional Food Bank in Thunder Bay!
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