A Moving Celebration

Moncton, NB

Coming in 2020. Details to come.
In 1922, CNRA Moncton opened with a broadcasting power of 500 watts. Known as the Voice of the Maritimes, it was one of three CN-owned radio stations, along with others in Ottawa and Vancouver. With CN's mainlines to and from the Maritimes passing through it-and as the home of the Intercolonial Railway of Canada and later CN's Atlantic Region headquarters Moncton became known as the "Hub City."

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Train of the Future Contest

Participate for a chance to win CN100 accessories
How do you picture the “Train of the Future?” Follow your imagination to design your “Train of the Future” using the medium of your choice. Build your model at home or onsite at CN100 - A Moving Celebration! And post a photo of it on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter using hashtags #CNTrainOfTheFuture and #CN100. (Just make sure your post is set to "public"!) Winners will be randomly selected every month. Good luck!

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