NEORN’S MEDIA PAGE IS ALWAYS KEPT UP- TO- DATE
This page shows the many media interactions we have, so be sure to visit often.
NOVEMBER 6, 2018
“Service returns to Churchill, Manitoba – Can Passenger Train Service resume between Sault Ste. Marie and Hearst” Wawa-news.com
“Passenger train advocates still seeking funding; certificates in place to operate train” | Sault Star – Elaine Della-Mattia
“Time for Feds to re-fund the passenger train’, says coalition”SooToday.com
CBC Radio OntarioToday: Transportation in Northern Ontario Nov 5, 2018
A GOLDEN ROUTE NORTH – PART I
A GOLDEN ROUTE NORTH – PART II
APRIL 22, 2018
Passenger Rail Summit Very Successful
NEORN is delighted to report that the first NEORN Passenger Rail Summit was a huge success. It was well attended with over 120 people, 24 speakers and was covered by all of the local media (see their coverage in the links listed below). Presentations were made by Chief Paul Syrette-Garden River FN & Chief Jason Gauthier – Missanabie Cree FN. Present were mayors (Mayor Roger Sigouin – Hearst, Mayor Sue Jensen – Blind River, Mayor Lynn Watson –Macdonald, Meredith & Aberdeen Additional Township (Echo Bay) and Mayor Christian Provenzano – Sault Ste. Marie). Also in attendance were government officials from Ministry of Northern Development & Mines and senior leaders of UNIFOR.
A few of the
Speakers for the Rail Passenger Summit!
Mayor Provenzano posted this comment on Face Book later in the day:
“I want to thank the Northern and Eastern Ontario Rail Network – NEORN for organizing a Passenger Rail Summit held today in Sault Ste. Marie. It was a well attended event, and I was grateful for the opportunity to speak. Transportation is fundamental to the health and sustainability of Northern Ontario. Transit options such as passenger rail service provide access to towns and cities located throughout the region, contributing to an improved quality of life for citizens and facilitating the movement of visitors to our region.
A transit system connecting Northern Ontario needs to be in place, and NEORN’s proposed North Eastern Ontario Rail Loop could address this situation by providing access to communities, First Nations, businesses and the people of Northeastern Ontario to the rest of Canada.
Government subsidized passenger rail service is provided by governments across the world and right here in Canada, and it needs to be provided once again to our area.
As Mayor, I remain committed to providing assistance to NEORN, Coalition for Algoma Passenger Trains, Committee Promoting Muskoka Rail Travel – CPMRT and
Mask Wa Oo Ta Ban – Bear Train to advocate for passenger rail service in Northern Ontario.”
The following politicians attended. (Their answers to NEORN’s questions will be posted on the websites):
Michael Mantha MPP Algoma –Manitoulin (NDP)
John Vanthof MPP Timiskaming-Cochrane (NDP)
Ross Romano MPP Sault Ste. Marie (PC)
Kara Flannigan, Green Party Candidate in the upcoming provincial election.
Written submissions were also provided by:
MP(NDP), Charlie Angus, MP(NDP)
a video clip by Green Party Leader Mike Schreiner
A video of much of the summit will soon be posted on the NEORN, CAPT and CPMRT websites.
A huge expression of gratitude goes out to all of the volunteers, sponsors and contributors. They will be listed very soon on our websites.
Building on the momentum at the summit, prior to the provincial election, we will be holding meetings in many of the communities along the NEORN loop. The dates will be announced soon. Please stay posted.
NEORN, CAPT and CPMRT are non-partisan. We want all politicians and political parties to support the NE Ontario Passenger Rail Loop because of the socio-economic and employment values it will support.
If anyone knows of a political event in the rail loop please let us know and we will pass the word. That way our followers might choose to attend those events to present our urgent need for restored passenger train service.
One that we just heard about is the Rally organized by Ontario PC Leader Doug Ford and MPP Ross Romano on Tuesday, April 24th in Sault Ste. Marie.
Doors open at 5:00 pm, rally starts at 5:30 pm. Free admission. Tuesday, April 24, 5:00 pm-6:30 pm
Location: The Water Tower Inn, 360 Great Northern Road, Sault Ste. Marie, ON, P6B 4Z7
Please click here to Register
Latest Media Coverage
Saultonline.com NEORN 2018 Rail Summit: ‘This is what the North deserves’ By Riley Smith – April 20, 2018
NEORN: Move People, not just freight, by Rail By Elaine Della-Mattia, Sault Star Thursday, April 19, 2018
Sault Ste. Marie hosts advocates of passenger rail service in the north meeting. By Jairus Patterson – CTV Northern Ontario April 19, 2018
Train passenger summit in Sault Ste. Marie aims to get service back up and running Apr 19, 2018 CBC Radio Up North
‘We’re going to keep going,’ says passenger rail advocate: First-ever Northeastern Passenger Rail Summit explores potential of reinstating passenger rail service by: James Hopkin Sootoday.com April 19, 2018
Full steam ahead: Group wants to re-establish passenger rail service in northern Ontario http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/sudbury/passenger-rail-neorn-summit-1.4627167
MAY 23, 2018
Latest Media Coverage:
Should Ontario Northland take over Huron Central Railway?
A rail lobby group seems to think so. Here’s why by James Hopkin Sootoday.com
Let’s rally for rail … again by Elaine Della-Mattia, Sault Star June 5, 2018
Northern rail is too important to risk Doug Ford: McCleave-Kennedy
The Sault deserves ‘a plan for Huron Central Rail, not more Doug Ford bumper sticker slogans,’ the NPD candidate says
Closure of short-line railway would be “dramatic” for northeastern Ontario sawmill – Northern Ontario Business
Shoemaker: Steel mill needs Huron Central – SooToday.com https://www.sootoday.com/local-news/shoemaker-steel-mill-needs-huron-central-937436
MAY 8, 2018
Click the link below to view the Passenger Rail Summit Presentation Videos. Are now available for viewing.
JUNE 26, 2018
1. CAPT sends its congratulations to Chief Jason Gauthier and Missanabie Cree First Nation for approval for ROC
CAPT sends a huge congratulations to Chief Jason Gauthier and Missanabie Cree First Nation (MCFN) for successfully being approved for their Rail Operating Certificate (ROC). They are the very first First Nation in Ontario to receive a Rail Operating Certificate. Thank you, Chief Gauthier, for all of the hard work that you did to make this happen. This is an important step that was required for MCFN to be able to run the Bear Train between Sault Ste. Marie and Hearst. Now that MCFN has provided Transport Canada with a fully completed business plan and their ROC application has been approved, we urge Transport Canada to provide the required operating funding. Considering that the annual $2 million funding would result in over $48 million in regional economic benefits and $6 million in tax revenue, TC will surely see that this passenger train service has to be funded.
For more information please listen to this interview:
Interview with Chief Jason Gauthier Regarding MCFN Train Initiative SaultOnline ONNtv 23 Jul 2018
Chief Jason Gauthier of the Missanabie Cree First Nation speaks with Riley Smith about the rail operating certificate and the progress made on the initiative to get the Algoma Passenger Train up and running again.
2. Media Update:
CAPT to leverage Greyhound loss By SARA McCLEARY Monday, July 16, 2018
Wawa-news.com Letter – VIA Rail Bosses Not Up to the Job
JUNE 11, 2018
1.NEORN Media Release
MEDIA RELEASE JUNE 11, 2018
PASSENGER RAIL SUMMIT VIDEOS AVAILABLE ONLINE –
SOON PASSENGER TRAINS ON TRACK?
More than 120 individuals from all walks of life attended the recent Northeastern Ontario Passenger Rail Summit in Sault Ste. Marie sponsored by NEORN (Northeastern Ontario Rail Network), CAPT (Coalition for Algoma Passenger Trains) and CPMRT (Committee Promoting Muskoka Rail Travel). The Summit was, from all media indications, declared a huge success. The Summit was held to inform the public of the importance of rail passenger services and introduce the ‘Loop’ concept, that being all the short line railways in the northeast, ONR (Ontario Northland Railway), ACR (Algoma Central Railway div. Canadian National), OVR (Ottawa Valley Railway), HCR (Huron Central Railway) and CNR (Canadian National Railway from North Bay to Toronto) which today form a continuous rail network moving freight. This same rail infrastructure could be utilized to enhance tourism and provide needed passenger services for all communities and First Nations along these lines.
Noted speakers from the rail industry, First Nations, Senior and Disability groups, Politicians, Student, Teacher and Environment Associations and various transportation specialists extolled the virtues of rail passenger services. The videotapes of these presentations can now be viewed at www.neorn.ca. Something as important as the social and economic reasons why the return of passenger rail in northeastern Ontario is needed can now be viewed by everyone – including those who could not attend the Sault Ste. Marie Summit due to the distanced to travel.
As a follow-up to the Sault Ste. Marie gathering for those who couldn’t attend, CAPT, NEORN and CPMRT have conducted RALLY FOR RAIL Town Hall meetings throughout the northeast in communities along the highway 11 corridor from the Muskoka region to Cochrane, along Highway 17E including Blind River and Sudbury and north of Sault Ste. Marie including Wawa, Dubreuilville, Hearst and Searchmont. At one small community there were 114 people present – underscor
ing the desire to hear about the possibility of passenger trains returning to the north. These pre-election public meetings were to help participants make informed decisions in the provincial election.
Our new government made promises during the campaign to restore passenger train service in northeastern Ontario. NEORN and its sister committees intend to make sure they come good on these promises with constant reminders, meetings and town hall gatherings. Passenger trains are efficient, effective, accessible, affordable, safe, reliable and environmentally responsible transportation all year round. The provincial government must act promptly now to address these needs of the northeast, NOW, FOR THE PEOPLE
For Information and to view videos of the rail summit, visit NEORN at: www.neorn.ca.
‘MOVE PEOPLE, NOT JUST FREIGHT ON EXISTING TRACKS’
2.Latest Media Coverage
Tight race will have Romano working hard By Elaine Della-Mattia, Sault Star
Friday, June 8, 2018
VIA Rail tour starts (or ends) in White River By Richard Plaunt, Sault This Week
Monday, June 4, 2018
Candidates take final stab at wooing voters By Elaine Della-Mattia, Sault Star Wed, June 6, 2018
“The NorthEastern Ontario Passenger Rail Summit in Sault Ste. Marie Announces Guest Speakers” in Wawa-news.com
“Rail Summit April 19th in Sault Ste. Marie announces guest speakers” By Riley Smith Saultonline.com April 13, 2018
CBC Radio Doc Project “Saving the train to Churchill”
APRIL 10, 2018
CBC Radio Morning North: One on One with Markus – Corina Moore (President & CAO of Ontario Northland)
CBC Radio Morning North with Markus Schwabe April 10, 2018 Ottawa Report – Carole Hughes, MP for Algoma-Manitoulin-Kapuskasing
http://www.cbc.ca/listen/shows/morning-north/segment/15536603 In this interview MP Carol Hughes speaks out about the need to restore passenger service on the Bear Train from the Sault to Hearst.
SEPT. 17, 2018
CBC Radio: Transportation in the future in Northern Ontario: Erik White Sept 17, 2018
Local man, club partners, devoted to preserving the Sault and area’s railroad
history (12 photos) – SooToday.com
Southern Ontario passenger rail plan shifting into high gear – Northern
February 04, 2018
1.We must be getting close to a provincial election.
There is talk of restoring passenger rail service in Northeastern Ontario again.
2. Ottawa waits for rail business plan – By Brian Kelly, Sault Star, February 3, 2018
3.A revised MNDM (ONTC) mandate could allow extended passenger rail service in
Northern Ontario Wawa-news.com Jan 30, 2018
4.CBCNEWS/ Sudbury Morning North – Ottawa Report – Charlie Angus, MP for
Timmins-James Bay Feb 06, 2018
February 3, 2018
Northern and Eastern Ontario Rail Network
The Sudbury Star
The Northern and Eastern Ontario Rail Network has been working for
some time now to bring the issue of rail passenger service for the North
to the attention of Queen’s Park and Parliament Hill. A grassroots
organization – NEORN In Northern Ontario …
January 26, 2018
Is the return of the Northlander passenger train a reality?
by Chris Dawson Baytoday.ca https://www.baytoday.ca/local-news/is-the-return-of-the-
January 23, 2018
Thank you to Sault Mayor and Council
CAPT and NEORN very much appreciate the support shown last evening by Mayor
Provenzano and the Sault Councilors for efforts to secure federal funding for the
Mask-wa Oo-ta-ban (Bear Train) between SSM and Hearst. A resolution of support was passed and will be tin Trudeau, MP Terry Sheehan and MP Carol Hughes. They will also write a letter to the Ontario Government in support of restoring passenger train service from the Sault to Toronto.
Sault Star: Here is an article by Elaine Della-Mattia, Sault Star, about this:Train groups
continue lobby efforts for North By Elaine Della-Mattia, Sault Star Monday, January 22, 2018 http://www.saultstar.com/2018/01/22/train-groups-continue-lobby-efforts-for-north
January 20, 2018
CAPT will be making
a presentation to Sault Ste. Marie
Mayor and City Council at 4:30 pm about the urgency of
restoring passenger train service to Sault Ste. Marie.
Please pass the word and encourage your contacts to be in the Council Chambers at 4:30 pm.
Sault Star: Ontario Northland rolls into the Sault | Sault Star by Elaine Della Mattia – Jan 16, 2018
Nugget: ONR ‘poised’ to restart train | North Bay Nugget – Jan. 13, 2018http://www.nugget.ca
Presentation to SSM City Council: Mon. Jan. 22; Calendars & Petition at Station
Mall—Tues Jan 16 &19 and Latest Media Coverage
2017 CAPT MEETING AT CITY HALL ATTENTIVE
PEOPLE IN ATTENDANCE.
Presentation to SSM City Council–Monday January 22 at 4:30 pm
Please plan to attend the SSM city council meeting on Monday, January 22 at 4:30 pm when CAPT will be making a presentation to City Council about the need for their ongoing support to have Transport Canada fund the Bear Train between the Sault and Hearst.
NOTE: The presentation will also include efforts to have passenger rail service reinstated on the existing rail beds from the Sault to North Bay and from Toronto to North Bay, Cochrane and Hearst to connect with the Bear Train from Hearst to the Sault.
January , 2018
2018 CAPT Calendars for sale and new petition at Station Mall Tues Jan 16 and Fri Jan 19
If you wish to purchase a CAPT calendar and sign the new Bear Train petition CAPT will have a table at the Station Mall on Tues. Jan 16 and Fri Jan 19 from 10am to 3pm.
Nugget: 200 new hires and counting | North Bay Nugget
12/future-looks-bright-for- ontario-northland-official- says
CBC News: Northern Ontario highways pose distinct safety concerns traffic expert says–4 fatalities from 3 crashes on provincial highways in northeast during first week of new year By Robin De Angelis, CBC News Posted: Jan 08, 2018 http://www.cbc.ca/news/
canada/sudbury/northern- ontario-highways-pose- distinct-safety-concerns- traffic-expert-says-1.4475716
Videos: Queen takes the train for Christmas www.msn.com
The Queen and Duke of Edinburgh arrive in Norfolk by train for their Christmas break.
Tuesday, December 12, 2017
Sault Star: CP Holiday Train brings joy – by Nadine Robinson
The 2018 CAPT calendars with the theme of “Children and the Train…
for generations to come” can be purchased for $13 each.
Our CAPT calendars are now available at:
Heyden Fuels and The Twisted Sister Restaurant located at the
corner of Hwy. 556 (to Searchmont) and Hwy. 17 north.
They Continue to be sold at the following Locations:
Shabby Motley (356 Queen)
Algoma University Bookstore
Model Railroad Club in Wellington Square Mall
If you are out of the Sault area, you can order them from us by email,
send a cheque and we will mail them to you.
e-mail: Linda.Savory- Gordon @algomau.ca
All proceeds go to support the work of CAPT.
BayToday.ca Dec. 30, 2017 “Groups keeping pressure on
government for rail service: Now four advocacy groups working
on returning passenger rail service to northeastern Ontario “
November 27, 2017
Part of this interview is about the NDP’s promise to reinstate the Northlander and the importance of passenger service in Northern Ontario:
CBC Radio Morning North Report from Queen’s Park – Gilles Bisson Nov 23, 2017
PC platform includes promises for the North – The Nugget
By GORD YOUNG, Sunday, November 26, 2017
November 20, 2017
Sault Star: CAPT submits multimodal strategy response | Sault Star- by Elaine Della-Mattia
Saultonline: An Intern’s Experience at the Gathering in Missanabie by Riley Smith October 11, 2017
Sootoday: Check out what’s on the walls in this motel: The renovated
Catalina Motel has new ‘themed’ rooms, a hit with guests
by Darren Taylor – Sootoday.com
November 10, 2017
Algoma : la Première Nation de Missanabie pourrait gérer son train | ICI.Radio-Canada.ca
nouvelle/1064399/algoma- premiere-nation-missanabie- train
Train de passagers dans le Nord de l’Ontario : les partis d’opposition en feront un enjeu électoral le jeudi 9 novembre 2017
nouvelle/1066128/train-de- passagers-dans-le-nord-de- lontario-les-partis- dopposition-en-feront-un- enjeu-electoral
NDP vows to bring back Northlander | North Bay Nugget nov 11
Train Woes Jeopardizes Political Careers in the Sault and Algoma Doug Millroy Nov 11, 2017 Northern Hoot
woes-jeopardizes-political- careers-in-the-sault-and- algoma/
Teamsters issue Statement on failure of OmniTRAX to rebuild the Hudson Bay – Wawa-news.com Railway Nov 7, 2017
php/2017/11/07/teamsters- issue-statement-on-failure-of- omnitrax-to-rebuild-the- hudson-bay-railway/
September 25, 2017
Sootoday.com “First the feds, now the province is off-track when it comes to passenger rail service group states” by Darren Taylor
Wawa-news.com “CAPT says Northern Ontario Multimodal Transportation Strategy Lacks Vision” Sept. 21, 2017
July 7, 2017
Plus de 30 heures d’autobus pour voyager entre Hearst et Sault-Sainte-Marie
PUBLIÉ LE VENDREDI 14 JUILLET 2017 À 12 H 01 | Mis à jour le 14 juillet 2017 à 14 h 51
This is a link to the 4 pm newscast on Friday. Francis Bouchard’s story starts at 2:30 mark.
there is also another shorter story earlier at the 2 pm broadcast, starting at the 2:55 mark.
August 9, 2017
“Brutal treatment by CN is damaging VIA’s flagship Canadian train all across Canada” – Wawa-news.com – News Release TAO and NEORN
August 3, 2017
February 11, 2017
“Iconic Canadian Musician Ian Tamblyn coming to the Sault April 6th” saultonline.com – February 9, 2017
“Iconic Canadian Musician Ian Tamblyn coming to the Sault April 6th” myalgoma.ca – February 9, 2017
This interview shows why we need passenger service restored so people have the option to travel from Wawa to the Sault by train:
CBC Radio: Morning North – “Community of Wawa helps stranded Greyhound bus passengers”
sudbury/programs/morningnorth/ community-of-wawa-helps- stranded-greyhound-bus- passengers-1.3954775
Greyhound – Any Responsibility for Stranded Passengers? By Brenda Stockton-Grundt – January 25, 2017 myalgoma.ca
01/25/greyhound-any- responsibility-for-stranded- passengers/
January 24, 2017
Saultonline:”2017 off to encouraging start for Algoma Passenger train supporters
Northernhoot: Algoma Passenger Train Service Restoration Looking Hopeful
RECENT MEDIA COVERAGE
January 24, 2017
View a video “AGAWA CANYON” filmed by: Harris Taylor and Lorna Boshman.
December 1, 2016
Youtube: Charlie Angus presents petition on Algoma passenger rail
service in House of Commons
Youtube: Accident on Hwy. 11 cuts off Northern Ontario
Mr. John Vanthof: I would like to take this opportunity to inform the
House that there was a major accident on Highway 11 just south of
Temagami this morning…
November 23, 2016
“Network battling to restore passenger rail in northeastern Ontario” By PJ WILSON, The Nugget November 23, 2016
23/network-battling-to- restore-passenger-rail-in- northeastern-ontario
LATEST MEDIA COVERAGE:
November 23, 2016
Please sign the petition below if you have not done so already.
Petition to Minister of Transport to put Algoma passenger train
back in service https://petitions.parl.gc.ca/
Sootoday: Train people leaf through transportation document
. . . – SooToday.comhttps://www.sootoday.com/
Baytoday: Bring back passenger rail services to Ontario’s northeast urges
Vanthof Baytoday.com by Frank Giorno
November 11, 2016
October 22, 2016
MyAlgoma: Support for Restoration of Algoma Passenger Train/ Bear Train
Growing – MyAlgoma.ca October 20, 2016
CTV Northern Ontario News « Missing out on the season » Jordan
Allard Oct 20, 2016
September 13, 2016
Sault Star: Council unanimously supports passenger train,
Sault Star by Elaine Della-Mattia Sept 12, 2016
Northern Hoot: Algoma Passenger Train: A Message from Chief of
Missanabie Cree First Nation, Northern Hoothttp://northernhoot.
Rail car rolls into new home: GALLERY By Brian Kelly, Sault Star
Saturday, September 10, 2016http://www.saultstar.com/2016/09
September 24, 2016
Sootoday: Council asks that CN renew passenger rail service
‘immediately’: The resolution to support the effort to resurrect
the passenger train service passed unanimously by: Kenneth
August 23, 2016
NEORN slams federal government over lack of funding for the Algoma Central passenger train Taylor Ablett Myalgomamanitoulinnow.com — July 27, 2016
Province receives an earful | North Bay Nugget
Concern about the north not being treated fairly by bob.coles Country600.com on July 27, 2016, 08:07am. EDT
Federal Government Unwilling to Invest in Passenger Rail Service in Northern Ontario (July 27th)
Algoma Passenger Train Situation (July 20th)
Timmins Doing its Part for Passenger Rail Restoration (July 5th)
August 16, 2016
Parliament e-petition and successful media conference
Going Off the Rails: Feds Need to Get Back on Track By Steffanie Petroni Northern Hoot on August 16, 2016.
Couple describes gruelling trek to get to camp (3 photos) – SooToday.com Darren Taylor
CTV Northern Ontario: Soo to Hearst rail service Aug 15, 2016 by Jordan Allard
Passenger train frustration voiced in gathering Monday, August 15, 2016 Sault Star by Charlie Pinkerton
Train boosters in North frustrated In Sudbury Stary Tuesday, August 16, 2016 by Charlie Pinkerton
July 23, 2016
Nouvelle embuche pour le train de passagers Algoma Central – Isaac Gauthier| ICI.Radio-Canada.ca
Letter to the editor, Saultonline.com: Trudeau Government Shows Incompetence with ACR Train – Chad Beharriell
Sheehan under pressure as train’s future remains unclear: History seems to be repeating itself as Transport Canada, now being run by the Liberal government, is denying the same subsidy the Conservatives did –by: Kenneth Armstrong Sootoday.com July 22, 2016
Transport Canada pulls plug on passenger rail subsidy By: Ian Ross Northern Ontario Business July 22, 2016
Municipality of Wawa Continues Support for Immediate Resumption of Algoma Passenger Train Services | By Brenda Stockton-Grundt – myAlgoma.ca July 21, 2016
Fed train aid goes off the rails | By Brian Kelly, Sault Star Wednesday, July 20, 2016
Sault-to-Hearst passenger rail doesn’t qualify for Transport Canada funding, says minister.
The file has been shifted to the Ministry of Indigenous and Northern Affairs : by Darren Taylor Sootoday.com July 20, 2016
July 18, 2016
Link to join the intercommunity bus modernization connecting Ontario Communities registration.
CTV Northern Ontario: Talking Transportation | CTV Northern Ontario News
Rail line still needs action: MILLS By Tom Mills, Sault Star Saturday, July 16, 2016
It’s been one year since the passenger train shut down, we asked these people what they thought – SooToday.com
Local issue taken on by totally non-local band – SooToday.com
Radio Canada: “Meeting scheduled with CN”
Muskoka Region: “Have your say on passenger rail returning to the north”
Sudbury Star: “Groups push for rail in transport study”
North Bay Nugget: “Groups push for rail in transport study”
July 12, 2016
Supporting Algoma passenger train should be at top of government’s to-do list | by Carol Hughes myAlgoma.ca July 8, 2016
News from the Park – Transportation Concerns July 11, 2016 Myalgoma.ca
Timmins prepares rail support | Sault Star Brian Kelly July 10, 2016
How would you improve public transportation between communities? -SooToday.com Jul 10, 2016
Timmins Doing its Part for Passenger Rail Restoration – My Kapuskasing Now – Gregory Rosser — July 5, 2016
JULY 9, 2016
I don’t want to see our trains in a museum’ – SooToday.com
A Multimodal Transportation Strategy for Northern Ontario must include passenger trains | SaultOnline.com
Transportation between Ontario communities” Jul 08, 2016 12:00 AM CBC Radio Morning North
Deadline Looms for multimodal transportation|Sault Star
May 3, 2016
Stakeholders group awaits word from CN Rail | Sault Star by By Elaine Della-Mattia May 2, 2016
July 7, 2016
With plan in place, passenger rail supporters press Ottawa to release subsidy – Northern Ontario Business June, 2016 Ian Ross
LATEST MEDIA COVERAGE:
June 1, 2016
ACR passenger train in art news
The local connection to a $500,000 sketch found on the other side of the world – SooToday.com by Ken Armstrong
May 5, 2016
Stakeholders group awaits word from CN Rail | Sault Star by By Elaine Della-Mattia May 2, 2016
May 1, 2016
Passenger train service movement growing by Elaine Della-Mattia, Sault Star Tues, May 10, 2016
Support Growing | myAlgoma.ca http://myalgoma.ca/2016/05/09/support-growing/
Regional group looking to see train service revitalized by richard.coffin on May 12, 2016
CAPT says Passenger Train is Needed Now – Launches Change.org Petition Wawa-News http://myalgoma.ca/2016/05/12/capt-says-passenger-train-is-needed-now-launches-change-org-petition/
Passenger train service movement growing | Sault Star Elaine Della-Mattia
Sootoday Bring our train back right this minute: CAPT
Before more people are injured trying to get to their camps
March 13, 2016
Sault Star Mar 12, 2016 “Is good news around the corner for rail users?” by Mike Verdone
March 10, 2016
“Transportation Advocacy groups speaks up about proposed changes” on CBC Radio Up North March 11 , 2016
The federal government is reviewing its Canada Transportation Act, and several recommendations could impact rail service in northern Ontario. Transport Action Canada president Harry Gow spoke about his concerns.
‘Exciting proposal’ coming for passenger train, says train group
“Northern Ontario: Rail service on track” by Jordan Allard on CTV Northern Ontario Mar 7, 2016
“ACR Passenger Train Service on the Horizon? Sault Working Group and EDC Think So”
MARCH 7, 2016
Media coverage of award to Dorothy Macnaughton, CAPT Board Member.
February 11, 2016
“North ‘source of refuge’ for Gould” By Brian Kelly, Sault Star Friday, January 29, 2016
CTV Northern Ontario: Glenn Gould by Jairus Patterson Jan 30, 2016
Glenn Gould was the ‘strange bird’ locked in Wawa Motor Inn room 102 – SooToday.com Jeff Klassen
CBC Radio Up North A look at Glenn Gould’s connection to northern Ontario February 9, 2016 Canadian pianist Glenn Gould spent time in northern Ontario. A new book by Sault Ste. Marie author Dale Innes showcases Gould’s connections to the region.
November 17, 2015
“Spots that Stirred” Sault Star Nov. 21, 2015 by Patricia Baker
November 13, 2015
Rumour has it the answer is no. Sootoday. Wed, November 04, 2015 by: SooToday.com Staff
Letter to editor, Sault Star
October 26, 2015
For those who were unable to watch the film Painted Land: In Search of the Group of Seven on television, here is a link you can use to see it on-line:
Hey Terry. Let’s work together on these issues: Chamber Saturday, October 24, 2015 by: SooToday.com Staff
Passenger train applications due month-end By Elaine Della-Mattia, Sault Star Thursday, October 22, 2015
October 9, 2015
Have you ever seen a float plane in November? Tuesday, October 06, 2015 by: Kenneth Armstrong
Stakeholders examine revising train schedule By: Elaine Della-Mattia, Sault Star Monday, October 5, 2015
Painted Land unveiled By Brian Kelly, Sault Star Friday, October 2, 2015 http://www.saultstar.com/2015/10/02/painted-land-unveiled
October 2, 2015