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Media Advisory - Press Conference - Dream Catcher Express Offers Amazing Opportunity to Enjoy Northern Scenery and Hospitality

TORONTO, Aug. 19 /CNW/ - The inaugural voyage of the Dream Catcher Express, an exciting train excursion between North Bay and Temagami, is fast approaching.

Operated by Ontario Northland as a special 100th anniversary of rail initiative, the Dream Catcher Express will enjoy a limited run of just 9 days - September 22 to 25 and September 28 to October 2, 2005. In partnership with local hospitality operators, the Dream Catcher Express will offer passengers a variety of unique experiences including the romance of rail travel, vibrant fall colours and a sampling of aboriginal culture.

Ontario Northland and its partners, the City of North Bay, the Town of Temagami and the North Bay Chamber of Commerce, will join to reveal the exciting variety of activity options available to individuals participating in this excursion at a press conference being held:

Tuesday, August 23, 2005 10:00 a.m. At The Station, 100 Station Road (off of Seymour Street) in North Bay

Mayor Vic Fedeli of the City of North Bay, Deputy Mayor Bill Kitts of the Town of Temagami, Mark King, 2nd Vice President with the North Bay Chamber of Commerce and Steve Carmichael, President and CEO of Ontario Northland, will be on hand for this event.

Background

The Dream Catcher Express will leave Ontario Northland's North Bay Station at 10:00 a.m. each morning (September 22 to 25 and September 28 to October 2, 2005), for a captivating 100 km journey northward to Temagami. Passengers will have an opportunity to delight in the explosion of red, orange and yellow covering the forest from the large viewing windows and in the comfort of spacious passenger cars.

The City of North Bay, the Town of Temagami and the North Bay Chamber of Commerce, along with tourism stakeholders in both communities, have partnered to develop a myriad of opportunities to engage and delight visitors. Once in Temagami, passengers will have an opportunity to enjoy a variety of lunch options, and either tour on their own or take advantage of a number of fascinating activities, including:

  • Exploring a native tipi village and learning about aboriginal traditions and culture;
  • Taking advantage of the water by paddling a canoe, or taking a trip on either a pontoon or a house boat;
  • Walking or hiking through the old growth red and white pines of the White Bear Forest with experienced guides
  • Touring the historic Temagami Station;
  • Enjoying a scenic flight over the Temagami region;
  • and Visiting Caribou Mountain and the Fire Tower for an unbelievable panoramic view of the area.

On the return trip, which leaves Temagami at 4:00 p.m., the Dream Catcher Express will also feature professional entertainment and a licensed snack coach.

For further information: please contact Beverly Watkins, Manager of Public Relations, Ontario Northland, (705) 472-4500 or (800) 363-7512 ext. 265

     

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