Canrailpass - Corridor (Quebec & Ontario) : FAQs

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is a Canrailpass - Corridor?

The Canrailpass - Corridor gives you unlimited travel on VIA Rail trains through Quebec & Ontario. It's the perfect choice for people who want to go a long way on a limited budget.

What are the child/students/senior ages?

Children: 2-11 years inclusive. Children under 8 years of age cannot travel alone. Children between 8 and 11 may travel alone, but under certain conditions.

Youth: 12-25 years old, or 26 and older with ISIC (International Student Identity Card).

Seniors: 60+ years of age.

Note: ID required with proof of age.

Can I reserve seats in conjunction with my Canrailpass - Corridor?

Yes. Upgrades to higher classes of service are permitted only on the Canrailpass - Corridor Extra only.The value of a single one-way trip can be used towards a 25% discount on the best available Business class fares.

How much luggage can I carry on board?

Most long distance trains have a baggage carriage where you can store up to 6 pieces of luggages. Trains in southern Quebec and southern Ontario normally have no baggage car, therefore a limit of 2 pieces of luggage per person is imposed. Large or heavy (23kgs+) items must be checked in and charges apply.

Is smoking permitted on VIA Rail services?

All VIA Rail services are non-smoking. On longer journeys passengers have the opportunity to alight at various stations where smoking is permitted.

Is travel on the Rocky Mountaineer included on my Canrailpass?

No. The Rocky Mountaineer is not included in your Canrailpass, however it is still possible to travel through the Rockies on 'The Canadian' train which is included on the Canrailpass.