There are 2 swings through Saskatchewan for the Canadian Pacific Holiday Train this year.
The first is tomorrow (Mon) and the more southern route is December 15th. It's the 19th annual Holiday Train, raising food and funds for local food banks across Canada and the U.S. There are 14 Saskatchewan stops, with special guests Colin James and Emma-Lee to entertain on the brightly lit, holiday-themed train. The first stop is in Bredenbury at 10:30 this morning, then heading through Yorkton, Foam Lake, Wynyard and Saskatoon. The train is scheduled to stop at the CP Railway Overpass on 7th Avenue North and 33rd Street East around 8:35 tomorrow night in Saskatoon, with entertainment from 8:45 to 9:15. Cash and non-perishable food items are accepted at each stop. Laurie O'Connor with the Saskatoon Food Bank suggests arriving early because the last time the CP Holiday Train came through 2 years ago, there were over 10-thousand people on site. The route continues on Tuesday at 2:15 at Wilkie, then Macklin and North Portal. You can see the full schedule here: http://www.cpr.ca/holiday-train/schedule-canada