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Canada's Official "Christmas Train" Will Be Stopping In Montreal Tomorrow

Christmas has landed in the city!
Canada's Official "Christmas Train" Will Be Stopping In Montreal Tomorrow

Now that December is just around the corner, the holiday season has officially begun. Christmas markets are opening, holiday events are taking place across the city, and we can already find decorations just about anywhere in Montreal.

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TL;DR The CP Holiday Train will be arriving in Montreal tomorrow evening. The two locations are Montreal West and Beaconsfield station. The train will be stopping at hundreds of cities across the country. More details are below.

But amongst all of the special activities and events we anticipate each year, the CP Holiday Train is a favourite for the entire city. 

The train is decorated with lights, Christmas decorations, live music, and of course Santa Claus and his helpers. Making its way across the entire country, hundreds of cities get to experience this annual one-night event that will seriously make you feel like you're witnessing the real-life Polar Express.

Well, in case you didn't know, the train officially started it's winter trek across Canada over the weekend. Its next stop? Montreal.

Yes, Canada's "Christmas Train" will be arriving at two locations in Montreal tomorrow evening. You'll find the holiday train at:

1. Montreal West

  • Where: EXO station-Montreal-Ouest Chemin Broughton
  • When: Tuesday, November 27, 7:00PM - 7:30PM

2. Beaconsfield

  • Where: Beaconsfield EXO commuter station
  • When: Tuesday, November 27, 8:30PM - 9:00PM

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These are the only stops in Montreal on the CP Holiday Train schedule, so you definitely don't want to miss out. Otherwise you'll just have to wait for next year.

To check out the entire list of Canadian stops the CP Holiday Train will be making this season, click HERE.


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