Ihave been a happy subscriber to Canada’s
History for a couple of years now, and I enjoy every issue a lot. When your December 2017- January 2018 issue on trains arrived, with its strikingly eye-catching cover photograph, I knew I was in for something special. I wasn’t disappointed — the article was excellent. I also enjoyed your lead editorial on the place that Canada’s railroads held in the towns across this country. I once lived in Vernon, British Columbia, and on visiting there recently I found that the train station had acquired a new life as a civic building for several purposes. The large Canadian Pacific Railway and Canadian National Railway station buildings here in Vancouver are both thriving and are much-loved landmarks. Once again, thank you for an excellent issue of Canada’s History!
Paul B. Ohannesian Editor, The Whistle