Articles of agreement entered into between Asa Belenap Foster and Her Majesty Queen Victoria, (represented by the Minister of Public Works of Canada,) for the construction and working of the Georgian Bay Branch of the Canadian Pacific Railway
Canadian Pacific Railway. "A." Specification of combined passenger and freight building. One to be erected at North Bend, one at Chinaman's Ranche, and one at Pennie's on the Canadian Pacific Railway, in British Columbia.
Canadian Pacific Railway. A. and B. General specification and form of contract for grading, bridging, track laying and ballasting. The works to be done by the contractors, of which the hereto annexed are the specifications, consist of all the excavation, grading, bridging, track-laying, ballasting, and other works required to be done on that portion of the line of the Canadian Pacific Railway, commencing at the western end of Contract No. 25, about 113 miles west of the town plot of Fort William, and termination at Station No. 1,290, near the crossing of Eagle River, and said to be in length about 118 miles
Canadian Pacific Railway: articles of agreement entered into between George Bowie and M. McNaughton and Her Majesty Queen Victoria, represented by the minister of railways and canals, to do the excavation, grading, bridging, track-laying, ballasting, &c., on the 2nd 100-mile section of the Canadian Pacific Railway, west of Red River (about 100 miles)
Communication. From Sandford Fleming, Esq., Engineer in Chief of the Canadian Pacific Railway, the Honorable the Minister of Public Works, dated Ottawa, 1st February, 1879, accompanied by tenders for the construction of works from English River to Eagle River, 118miles, -- from Eagle River to Keewatin, 67 miles, -- from English River to Keewatin, 185 miles, -- and letter from Marcus Smith to Sandford Fleming, Esq., in relation thereto, dated the 31st January, 1879
Dominion of Canada. Annual report of the minister of railways and canals for the fiscal year 1st July, 1879, to 30th June, 1880. On the works under his control. Submitted in accordance with the provisions of the Act Thirty-first Victoria, chapter twelve, section nineteen, as amended by the Act Forty-second Victoria, chapter seven.
Letter and statements from George Stephen, ESQ., president of the Canadian Pacific Railway Company, to the Honorable the Minister of Railways and Canals, accompanied by Mr. Miall's condensed balance sheet on the affairs of the C. P. R. Co., on the 1st January, 1885
Message. Edmund Head, the Governor General transmits, for the information of the Honorable the Legislative assembly, copies of despatches from Her Majesty's Secretary of State for the Colonies, and other documents relating to the Intercolonial Railway
Message. Lansdowne. The Governor General transmits to the House of Commons for its information, correspondence relating to the Guarantee by the Government of interest on the stock of the Canadian Pacific Railway Company, so that means might be provided for the completion of the work by May 1886
Railway Department, Montreal, 20th March, 1877. Sir, - I now beg to submit the annual report, shewing the position of the railways of the dominion of Canada, compiled from returns obtained from the different companies, in pursuance of the directions of the Minister of Public Works. The returns transmitted herewith are for the year ended 30th June, 1876, and are described as follows: - No. 1. - Summary statement of capital, mileage, &c., of opened railways. No. 2. - Summary statement of characteristics of roads and rolling stock of opened railways. No. 3.
Report and minutes of evidence taken before the Select Committee of the Senate appointed to inquire into and report upon the purchase of lands at Fort William for a terminus to the Canadian Pacific Railway
Report of survey of coast in the vicinity of Capes Tormentine and Traverse on Prince Edward Island and Main Land, and a suggested railway connection between said Capes to Intercolonial and Prince Edward Island Railways, with a view to secure winter communication with the Island