De-Railed: The National Dream premiers in Sault Ste Marie

We are excited to announce that the premier screening of Dan Nystedt’s documentary film De-Railed: The National Dream will be on Sunday, March 4 at 5 pm in the Grand Theatre, Sault Ste. Marie as part of the Shadows of the Mind Film Festival. Limited seating so get your tickets soon!

De-Railed: The National Dream, is a documentary examining the crumbling state of the Canadian railway system. Having lost more than 10,000 kilometers of track since 1990, why has Canada allowed it's "ribbon-of-rail" to become so tattered?

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Tickets can be purchased at:

Canadian Mental Health Association

February 15 to March 1 (8:30am – 4:30pm)

386 Queen Street East

(705) 759-0458 ext 242

Station Mall Dennis Street Entrance

February 22 to March 1 (11am – 7pm)

and March 2 (11am – 5pm )


March 1 and March 2 (5pm – 9:30pm) and

March 3 (11:3am0 – 9:30pm) and

March 4th (12:00pm – 7:00pm)

651 Queen St. E - just east of the Grand Theatre

3 comments on “De-Railed: The National Dream premiers in Sault Ste Marie

  1. Michael Stephens

    I haven’t been able to see DeRailed yet. How /where can I see/get a copy? We are trying to save a line in Eastern Ontario and I think it would very much help us get people to understand what’s at stake.

    1. admin

      Hi Michael, the film will be playing this Saturday March 24th at Algoma University at 7:00pm. Tickets are $8 and can be purchased at Storey Home Furniture, Loplop’s or by contacting Linda Savory-Gordon at (705)949-2301 ext. 4320. Hope to see you there!

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