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To be eligible for this discount, tickets must be purchased between January 21 at 3:01 a.m. (EST) to January 25, 2011 and at least three (3) days prior to departure date. This offer is valid for travel between January 24 and May 31, 2011.
"Following the success of similar offers in the past, we are pleased to be able to offer this wide scale repeat promotion to encourage Canadians to travel across the country this winter and spring" stated Steve Del Bosco, Chief, Marketing and Sales Officer at VIA. "At VIA, our highest concern is for our customers" added Mr. Del Bosco, concluding that "This offer is our way of wishing them bon voyage".
With a winter storm hitting much of southern Ontario, VIA Rail Canada wishes to advise travellers that all trains in the Ontario – Québec corridor are operating.
VIA Rail announced that it has awarded a $600,000 contract for repairs to two passenger cars to New Richmond-based Gaspésie Diesel. The mandate consists of repairs to the body structure of a coach and Skyline (dome) car, as well as to their ventilation, electrical and water supply systems.
Via Rail announced an investment of $5.1 million in VIA Rail's Heritage train station in Vancouver.
VIA Rail Canada and Communauto are proud to announce today a completely new program available to all passengers that combines the train and the automobile on the Montréal-Québec City line for as little as $99.
VIA Rail Canada wishes to advise travellers that due to significant track improvement and upgrading work by the Hudson Bay Railway (HBR), the track owner, VIA's southbound train from Churchill to Winnipeg will be affected.
VIA Rail Canada announced today that for the second time in less than a year, during the entire week of April 19 to 25, it will be offering 60% off the regular fare for ticket reservations anywhere along its network, including all classes (Economy, Business, Sleeping cars).
VIA Rail Canada is proud to introduce today significant service improvements to its Quebec City–Montreal route.
Metrolinx today purchased from CN the lower portion of the Newmarket Subdivision in central-north Toronto for C$68 million. The transaction gives Metrolinx end-to-end ownership of the 60-mile-long Barrie-Bradford GO Train corridor between downtown Toronto and Barrie, Ont.
Canada's Transport Minister announced the appointment of Mr. Marc Laliberté, of Boucherville, Québec, as president and chief executive officer (CEO) of VIA Rail Canada Inc. for a term of four years, effective January 4, 2010.
VIA Rail Canada wishes to advise travellers that effective Sunday, December 13, 2009, a new schedule will be in effect for service to Northern Manitoba.