David Thompson was born in England in 1770, more than 60 years before the first Canadian rail trips began.
StoneRidge Mountain Resort was rated the number one hotel in the Canadian Rockies, the perfect stop on any train trips across Canada.
Any visitors to British Columbia and the Canadian Rockies national parks - like Banff, Jasper and Kootenay - should visit Golden.
The Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto, in partnership with the Museum of Civilization in Gatineau, Quebec, is hosting a massive exhibition on ancient Mayan culture.
Montreal, a city of festivals in Quebec, is celebrating Christmas the old fashioned way this year with the 23rd annual A Victorian Christmas.
Peller Estates, with two locations easily accessible on Canada rail tours, is one of the more historic wineries in the country.
Firehouse Ironworks, located on Cape Breton in Nova Scotia, allows visitors on Canadian rail tours to try their own hand at swinging the hammer.
Adventurers on train trips across Canada should jump at the chance to challenge themselves on The Grouse Grind.
According to an article on CTV News, Chinese laborers - the ones that did the majority of work on the Canadian railroads - have a more secretive past serving with the Allies during World War I - the Chinese Labour Corps.
Dog sled racing has been a tradition in Canada and the arctic for centuries.