Corporate Partnerships

Institute for Canadian Citizenship


Cultural Access Pass

VIA Rail Canada and the Institute for Canadian Citizenship (ICC) are collaborating to provide new Canadian citizens who are members of the ICC’s Cultural Access Pass (CAP) program a one-time, exclusive travel offer: a 50% discount on the lowest available fare, any class, one way or round trip, no blackout periods, for CAP members and up to four of their minor dependent children. The addition of this significant travel offer from VIA Rail to the CAP program provides another opportunity for new Canadians to engage with their country and discover many of its unique attractions.

The Cultural Access Pass program fosters inclusion, introducing our country’s newest citizens to Canadian culture and experiences by providing them (and their children) a year of free access to more than 1,000 Canadian attractions from museums and historic sites to national and provincial parks. The ICC is supported by Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC).

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Find out more about the Institute for Canadian Citizenship and the Cultural Access Pass (CAP) program.






For Sustainable Transportation… and Savings!

VIA Rail Canada President and CEO Marc Laliberté and Communauto CEO Benoît Robert are proud to announce a new partnership today in an effort to improve access to train travel and car sharing. Thanks to this collaboration, car sharing subscribers will enjoy a 10% train ticket discount off the lowest fare when traveling in Canada. Also, VIA Rail Canada VIA Préférence members who subscribe to Communauto's Le Lièvre package will enjoy discounts of up to 20% on hourly rates when using Communauto vehicles.

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Kids Help Phone

Kids Help LogoVIA is also a partner of Kids Help Phone - Canada's only national, bilingual, toll-free, 24 hour, anonymous and confidential phone and web counselling, referral and information service for children and youth. Every day, the professional counsellors at Kids Help Phone answer calls and online questions from across the country, listening and counselling confused kids and teens.

Last year, counsellors helped young people from almost 3,000 Canadian communities more than one million times on the phone and online. When Canadian kids reach out for help, Kids Help Phone is there for them with the immediate, caring support and information they need - all day and every day of the year.

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