Canada's Official "Christmas Train" Is Coming To Montreal For The Holidays

Bright lights, music, magic, and Santa Claus!
Canada's Official "Christmas Train" Is Coming To Montreal For The Holidays
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Christmas is all about tradition.

For some it's caroling, for others it might be paying a visit to your favorite mall Santa.

READ ALSO: Montreal’s Official Christmas Parade Is Set To Take Over Sainte-Catherine Street

But there's one Holiday tradition that sometimes gets overlooked, that's because it only makes it's way through town once a year, and before you know it, it's gone.

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Every year a Canadian Pacific train gets decorated from end to end with lights, decorations, music, live bands and of course, Santa Claus. The train then makes it's way across Canada for all the kids and "kids at heart" to enjoy.

And the best part is, it's totally free!

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The train will be stopping at one station in every town to give people a chance to admire decorations and to enjoy the music show.

If you live in Montreal, the train will be rolling into the Beaconsfield train station on November 26th at 8:00 pm.

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