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A CPR passenger train in front of Saskatoon's handsome chateau-style railway station  The station, completed in 1909, was designated a national historic site in 1976 to commemorate the Canadian Pacific Railway line

Source: Exporail/CP Collection: NS5000 | Download a hi-res version of this photo here

CP 150 Train schedule​ & location

Tuesday, August 1 | 5:00-8:00pm - Opening remarks at 5:15.  Show starts at 6:00 pm
William A. Reid Park,
319 Pendygrasse Road

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You'll be treated to a truly Canadian performances of Dallas Arcand, champion Aboriginal hoop dancer, Juno award-winning country music singer Dean Brody, country singer Kelly Prescott and our house band, the Rail Road Ramblers.

Canadian country music superstar Dean Brody

Dean Brody“I am so excited to be celebrating Canada's 150th by train this summer, playing towns along the way, experiencing some of the more rugged and rare routes across our country,” said Brody, 13-time Canadian Country Music Award winner and two-time Juno Award winner, most recently for 2016 Country Album of the Year.

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World champion hoop dancer Dallas Arcand

Denis Arcand Aboriginal entertainer and world champion hoop dancer Dallas Arcand will open the stage show with his world-renowned athleticism and grace, sharing the symbolism of the hoop dance and its significance in aboriginal communities.

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Facts about CP in Saskatoon

  • Although the area had been inhabited for many years, Saskatoon was formally established as a settlement in 1881, the same year the CPR was incorporated
  • The railway first arrived in Saskatoon in 1890
  • CP opened the Saskatoon Station on June 15th, 1908 to serve as a passenger depot, telegraph station, mail and freight depot. The building was sold and restored and is now a restaurant (Tomas the Cook Family Restaurant)
  • Today, CP employs approximately 160 people in Saskatoon
  • Saskatoon is on what CP's calls its "North Line". This line is an important collector of Canadian grain and fertilizer, serving the potash mines located east and west of Saskatoon and many high-throughput grain elevators and processing facilities. In addition, this line provides direct access to refining and upgrading facilities at Lloydminster, AB and Western Canada's largest pipeline terminal at Hardisty, AB


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