CP Holiday Train arrives in Regina Tonight

The Canadian Pacific Railway Holiday train is set to stop off in Regina for the first time in 3 years, initially hampered by the COVID 19 pandemic, and then moving to virtual concert events.

The family favourite will roll into Regina this evening on a cross country trek making stops at community locations across the country as part of a cross country trek to raise money, food and awareness for communities along the CP rail network.

The train will be rolling into the mosaic stadium parking lot at 7:15 pm this evening, with the kick off starting at 7:30 pm featuring holiday lights, and performances by music phenom Tenille Townes and Aysanabee.

Tomorrow it will move on to Moose Jaw, Swift Current and then to Maple Creek, Wednesday.

People are asked to bring donations of non perishable food for the food bank to each stop.

Moosomin:  11:55am North Side of railway tracks at 1001 Front Street

Broadview:  1:45pm CP Train Station Front Street

Indian Head: 4:05pm.  North side of Indian Head Siding near Highway 56.

Qu’Appelle:  5:15pm.  Corner of North Pacific Avenue and Ontario Steet.

Regina:  7:15pm 2905 North Railway, near OLD Mosiac Stadium

Moose Jaw:  (Tuesday) 4:30pm.  3 Manitoba Street West, west of CP Station

Swift Current (Tuesday) 8:15pm 3rd Street and North Railway Ave, east of CP Station

Maple Creek (Wednesday) 1:45pm CP TMS shack on Pacific Avenue.

For more information on additional stops being made in the province click here!



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