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 Holiday Train to Hit Bowmanville Nov 30th

 

CP’s Holiday Train ready to brighten Bowmanville, Oshawa on Nov. 30

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DURHAM -- The brightly lit CP’s Holiday Train will be rolling into Bowmanville and Oshawa soon.

Performers Devin Cuddy and Kelly Prescott will take the train stage and Santa Claus is expected to make an appearance.

The concerts are always free, but people are encouraged to make a donation to the local food bank -- either a non-perishable food item or a cash donation. The Holiday Train program encourages people attending events to bring heart healthy donations.

For the 17th year, the Holiday Train will travel through dozens of communities, raising food and cash donations for local food banks.

The Holiday Train rolls into Bowmanville on Monday, Nov. 30 at 3 p.m. at the Scugog Street rail road crossing just west of downtown Bowmanville. After a brief and bright bit of Christmas fun, the Holiday Train pulls out of town at 3:45 p.m.

The next stop for the Holiday Train is Oshawa, at 680 Laval Dr. behind the Walmart off Stevenson Road South. The train will arrive at 4:30 p.m.

 
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Buyers and sellers in Durham Region are wondering if the housing market in spring is going to crash.  All indications from the Big Banks and CMHC (Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation) indicate that Durham Region should expect growth again in 2016, particularly in single detached units as they are scarce.   What does this mean for Buyers and Sellers?   Sellers can be confident to sell their homes and move up or down, and buyers will need to work with a very dedicated and well educated Realtor to find that perfect home for the right price.  All and all it's good news for the Real Estate Market for 2016 in Durham Region, whether you are in Bowmanville, Whitby, Oshawa, Ajax or Newcastle, the New Year will be another year where buyers and sellers can be confident in the Market that they are purchasing or selling in.

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