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Increased train traffic takes Jingle Bell Express off the rails in Prince Rupert

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Santa won't be riding the rails in Prince Rupert this year.
For fifteen years, people in Prince Rupert have been able to take a short train ride with Santa Claus to get ready for Christmas. But now increased train traffic due to industry growth has thrown the tradition of the rails. Jingle Bell Express organizer Dave Walker speaks with Betsy Trumpener.

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