|Thursday, June 25, 1908||The Globe (Toronto)||Page 2, col. 1|
C.N.R. at Sudbury
Sudbury, June 24.—News of the inauguration of the Canadian Northern Ontario Railway service from Toronto, on July 1st, has been received with much gratification here. A large gang of men is working on terminal facilities. Superintendent Hills and party arrived here late Tuesday night from Parry Sound, and left for Toronto today. Mayor MacLeod and ex-Mayor O'Connor visited the station grounds with the Canadian Northern officials. It is proposed to celebrate the advent of the first competitive railway by a banquet on the occasion of the Toronto Board of Trade excursion over the new road. The Town Council and Board of Trade meet jointly on Thursday to make arrangements.