For Canada’s 150th birthday, we’re asking “What do you hear?”
The CP Canada 150 train has completed its cross-country tour, connecting thousands of Canadians with the history of Canada and Canadian Pacific, while delivering an epic community block party at each of the 13 whistle stops.
The August 20 show in Ottawa marked the final event of the train tour, a journey that brought thousands of Canadians together to enjoy a free concert to celebrate the country's 150th anniversary of confederation and the role the railway played in connecting Canada more than 130 years ago.
Congratulations to Kathryn Wellington and William Palmer, grand prize winners of our "What's Your Railway Legacy" contest! They have won a two-day, two-night, all-expense paid trip for two aboard the CP Canada 150 Train, with five-star hospitality from the staff of the Royal Canadian Pacific.
Read their entries here
Incorporated in 1881, Canadian Pacific Railway was an integral part of confederation creating a physical link between east and west. The building of the railway is one of Canada's greatest feats of engineering and the railway diversified to include steamships, hotels, airlines, mining, oil and gas exploration, and telecommunications.
Explore a photo history of the Canadian PacifiC Railway