The Canadian Pacific (CP) Holiday Train is back on schedule and will make a stop in Milton after a two-year absence.
On Tuesday, November 29 at 4:45 p.m., the train with the holiday lights and decorations will arrive at Glen Eden Ski & Snowboard Centre, and the festivities will start at 5 p.m.
This year, two trains will run through both Canada and the United States and will once more help communities along the CP network by bringing in donations of food, funds, and awareness.
According to Keith Creel, President and Chief Executive Officer of CP, "The Holiday Train is all about families and communities joining together to celebrate the season and help those in need." We can't wait to take these two gorgeous trains over our network and spread the joy of coming together in the spirit of giving, saying "We are eager to be back out on the rails and in our communities."
Along with the views, the Holiday Train is also about the sounds, and in Milton, Lindsay Ell and JoJo Mason will be playing music.