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Toronto Trains

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This summer the Niagara GO Train will run between Niagara and Toronto, Friday evenings to Sunday afternoons. Bring a bike on the Niagara GO Train and spend the weekend cycling through the Niagara region.
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VIA Rail is Canada's Rail network. It operates transcontinental service from Vancouver to Halifax, as well as fast commuter, business and leisure service within the Quebéc City-Windsor corridor. There is also service to remote locations in Ontario, Québec, Manitoba and British Columbia. In conjunction with major bus companies, Via Rail offers bus connections from many centres that do not have rail service to the nearest point on the Via network.
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The Amtrak Michigan Services line offers train service between Chicago, IL, and Toronto, ON. This rail line services Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, and Ontario.
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This train service connects remote communities in Northern Ontario that have no other form of public transportation or highways. Take the Polar Bear Express and visit Moosonee.
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The Amtrak Maple Leaf Line offers rail service between Penn Station in New York, NY, and Toronto, ON. This line has stops in major centres along the route, including Buffalo, NY, and Niagara Falls - both in New York and Ontario.

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