MINNEAPOLIS, Dec. 11 /CNW/ - Hunger is not sitting out the storm, and neither will the Holiday Train. All four shows in the Twin Cities are a go today. We ask that people take some extra time getting to the shows and drive safely. Please bring a donation for the local food shelf, they will be collected by the food shelves at each stop.

Scheduled stops for Saturday, December 11:


Hastings - 4:15 p.m., CP Depot, 500 East Second Street
Cottage Grove - 5:15 p.m., West Point Douglas Road by Youth Service Bureau
St. Paul - 7:15 p.m., Central Parking System, upper level ramp, Kellogg & Broadway in Lowertown
Minneapolis - 9:30 p.m., CP Shoreham Yard, 2800 Central Ave NE

About the Holiday Train:

The Holiday Train is a freight train covered in hundreds of thousands bright lights. At 140 stops across Canada and United States, Canadian Pacific provides a box car stage, a line up of great musical talent and a corporate contribution to the local food bank. Food banks provide collection bins for non-perishable food. Communities, in turn, donate food and funds, all of which stays in the community. The Holiday Train has raised over $4.8 million and 2.3 million pounds of food. Full schedules and background information are available at by clicking on the Holiday Train. People can join the Holiday Train on Facebook and follow the spirit of one of the longest-running cross-country food bank fundraisers on Twitter: @CPHolidaytrain.

B-roll and backgrounders also available on CNW Video on Demand:

SOURCE Canadian Pacific

For further information:

Media contacts:
Jeff Johnson, Manager, Municipal Affairs, Canadian Pacific, 612 723-6422,; or Mike LoVecchio, Senior Manager, Media Relations, Canadian Pacific, 778 772-9636,

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