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Carry-on baggage

BAGGAGE ALLOWANCE
IN THE QUÉBEC-WINDSOR CORRIDOR

QUEBEC-WINDSOR CORRIDOR (Trains on the Québec-Windsor route)

Passengers are entitled to a carry-on baggage policy in the Quebec-Windsor corridor.

ECONOMY CLASS

1 articleoperator


1 personal item

Max. 11,5 kg (25 lb)
Max. 43 x 15 x 33 cm
         (17 x 6 x 13 in.)

1 articleoperator

1 large item

Max. 23 kg (50 lb)
Max. 158 cm linéaires
          (62 linear in.)

2 article

2 small items

Max. 11,5 kg (25 lb) each
Max. 54,5 x 39,5 x 23 cm
          (21,5 x 15,5 x 9 in.) each

ADDITIONAL CARRY-ON ITEM ALLOWED
One (1) additional item of up to 23 kg (50 lb.) is allowed,
for a fee of $40 tax included (per direction)

BUSINESS CLASS

1 articleoperator

1 personal item

Max. 11,5 kg (25 lb)
Max. 43 x 15 x 33 cm (17 x 6 x 13 in.)

2 article

2 large items 

Max. 23 kg (50 lb) each
Max. 158 cm linéaires (62 linear in.) each

ADDITIONAL CARRY-ON ITEM ALLOWED
One (1) additional item of up to 23 kg (50 lb.) is allowed,
for a fee of $40 tax included (per direction)

BAGGAGE ALLOWANCE
FOR LONG HAUL TRAINS

Westerns Long Hauls

TORONTO-WINNIPEG: to/from or within Lake Forrest, McKee’s Camp, Felix, Ruel, Westree, Gogama, Foleyet, Oba, Hornepayne, Hillsport, Caramat, Nakina, Auden, Ferland, Mud River, Armstrong, Collins CT / HC, Richan, Red Lake Road, Canyon, Farlane, Reddit, Minaki, Ottermare, Malachi, Copelands Landing, Rice Lake, Winnitoba, Ophir, Brereton Lake

Maritime long Hauls

Montreal – Bathurst – Moncton - Halifax

Regional Services

MONTRÉAL -JONQUIÈRE / MONTRÉAL - SENNETERRE

WINNIPEG - CHURCHILL

SUDBURY – WHITE-RIVER

Carry-on baggage allowance

ECONOMY CLASS

1 articleoperator


1 personal item

Max. 11.5 kg (25 lb)
Max. 43 x 15 x 33 cm
         (17 x 6 x 13 in.)

1 articleoperator

1 large item

Max. 23 kg (50 lb)
Max. 158 linear cm
          (62 linear in.)

2 article

2 small items

Max. 11.5 kg (25 lb) each
Max. 54.5 x 39.5 x 23 cm
          (21.5 x 15.5 x 9 in.) each

ADDITIONAL CARRY-ON ITEM ALLOWED
One (1) additional item of up to 23 kg (50 lb.) is allowed,
for a fee of $40 tax included (per direction)

SLEEPER PLUS / PRESTIGE CLASS

1 articleoperator

1 personal item per person

Max. 11.5 kg (25 lb)
Max. 43 x 15 x 33 cm (17 x 6 x 13 in.)

2 article

2 small items per cabin 

Max. 11.5 kg (25 lb) each
Max. 54.5 x 39.5 x 23 cm
          (21.5 x 15.5 x 9 in.) each

ADDITIONAL CARRY-ON ITEM ALLOWED
One (1) additional item of up to 23 kg (50 lb.) is allowed,
for a fee of $40 tax included (per direction)

TOURING CLASS (JASPER-PRINCE RUPERT ONLY)

1 articleoperator


1 personal item

Max. 11.5 kg (25 lb)
Max. 43 x 15 x 33 cm
         (17 x 6 x 13 in.)

1 articleoperator

1 large item

Max. 23 kg (50 lb)
Max. 158 cm linéaires
          (62 linear in.)

2 article

2 small items

Max. 11.5 kg (25 lb) each
Max. 54.5 x 39.5 x 23 cm
          (21.5 x 15.5 x 9 in.) each

ADDITIONAL CARRY-ON ITEM ALLOWED
One (1) additional item of up to 23 kg (50 lb.) is allowed,
for a fee of $40 tax included (per direction)

Additional carry-on item allowed as accepted carry-on items

Please refer to the grid below to see what you can bring as your carry-on baggage as specific restrictions apply to the transport of some items.

ITEM DETAILS
Travel items for infants and children under the age of 2 Infants and toddlers (with a reserved seat or travelling on a parent’s lap) are entitled to the same carry-on baggage allowance as their adult companion.
Portable strollers Strollers not exceeding 25.5 cm (10 in.) in diameter or 92 cm (36 in.) in length when folded are accepted on board, and do not count toward the carry-on baggage allowance.
Portable playpens Portable playpens are accepted on board and count toward the infant’s/toddler’s carry-on baggage allowance.
Children’s car seat Car seats are accepted on board and do not count toward the carry-on baggage allowance if the child for whom it is intended is also on board.

If the child is not travelling with the individual who is transporting the car seat, the seat will count toward the traveller’s carry-on baggage allowance.
MEDICAL ITEMS
Airway pressure devices for people with sleep apnea Travellers with respiratory problems can bring an oxygen concentrator or CPAP machine on board with them.
Compressed oxygen cylinders are subject to the following restrictions:
  • Limit of one (1) cylinder per traveller.
  • The cylinder must not exceed 91 cm (36 in.) in length or 15 cm (6 in.) in diameter (maximum volume of 15,000 cm3 or 1,000 cu. in.).
  • It must be transported in a cart that protects the regulator.
Compressed oxygen cylinders Travellers with respiratory problems can bring an oxygen concentrator, a CPAP machine or a compressed oxygen cylinder on board with them.
Compressed oxygen cylinders are subject to the following restrictions:
  • Limit of one (1) cylinder per traveller.
  • The cylinder must not exceed 91 cm (36 in.) in length or 15 cm (6 in.) in diameter (maximum volume of 15,000 cm3 or 1,000 cu. in.).
It must be transported in a cart that protects the regulator.
Medical equipment *Medical equipment such as continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) machines, portable oxygen tanks, walkers, canes, and wheelchairs are accepted on board and do not count toward the carry-on baggage allowance.
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
Musical instruments Standard-size musical instruments can be brought on board and count as part of the carry-on baggage allowance.

*This policy does not apply to Renaissance cars, as they lack the space to safely store a guitar or cello.
SPORTS EQUIPMENT
Golf bags Golf bags can be brought on board and count as part of the carry-on baggage allowance.

*This policy does not apply to Renaissance cars, as they lack the space to safely store a golf bag.
Skis Skis can be brought on board and count as part of the carry-on baggage allowance.

*This policy does not apply to Renaissance cars, as they lack the space to safely store skis.
Snowboards A snowboard can be brought on board and counts as part of the carry-on baggage allowance.

*This policy does not apply to Renaissance cars, as they lack the space to safely store a snowboard.
Folding bicycles Folding bicycles must be packed in a bag whose dimensions can be easily measured. With the bicycle inside, the bag must not exceed 62 linear in.

Items not accepted as Carry-On baggage

ITEM TYPE

The following items are not accepted on board AS CARRY-ON

LITHIUM METAL OR LITHIUM ION CELLS OR BATTERIES

Small vehicles powered by lithium batteries are not accepted.

Battery powered vehicles and devices include: hoverboards, Air Boards, electric skateboards, air wheels, mini-Segway’s, balance wheels, battery-assisted bikes, and electric scooters.

Battery powered vehicles and devices include: hoverboards, Air Boards, electric skateboards, air wheels, mini-Segway’s, balance wheels, battery-assisted bikes, and electric scooters.

*Lithium ion batteries with a watt-hour (Wh) rating of 100 Wh or less are accepted in small carry-on baggage.

CORROSIVE OR DANGEROUS CHEMICALS OR MATERIALS

  • Acids, alkalis, rust preventing or removing compounds, raveled dioxide solution are not accepted.
  • Bleach, tear gas, radioactive and harmful bacteriological materials

EXPLOSIVES AND FLAMMABLE ITEMS

(fireworks, flammable liquids, radioactive materials, etc.)

GUNS AND AMMUNITION

  • Shotguns, rifles, BB guns, paintball rifles and markers, biathlon rifles
  • Stun guns, air pistols

MARTIAL ARTS AND SELF-DEFENCE ITEMS

  • Bear Repellent Spray, OC spray (Oleoresin Capsicum)
  • Billy Clubs, Nightsticks, Nunchakus, Baton, Replica weapons, machete

COMPRESSED OXYGEN CYLINDERS/ BUTANE / PROPANE / CARBON DIOXIDE OR NITROGEN (PRESSURIZED) AND EXTINGUISHERS ARE NOT ACCEPTED.

Only oxygen equipment for medical reasons is allowed onboard with restrictions.

SHARP OBJECTS

Knives, including hunting knives, Swiss Army knives and chef’s knives (e.g. meat cleavers), machetes, axes, utility knives and other dangerous sharp objects

WEAPONS

Bows, crossbows and arrows

Bicycles / Tandem