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Access by Road
 
The Trans Canada Highway 17 runs east-west and links Dryden to Thunder Bay and Winnipeg.

Highway 502 runs north-south and links Dryden to Trans Canada Highway 11 as well as to the US border at Fort Frances.

Major Canadian Centres
Kilometres
Miles
Kenora, Ontario
120
65
Winnipeg, Manitoba
352
218
Thunder Bay, Ontario
353
219
Duluth, Minnesota
450
280
Brandon, Manitoba
574
357
Minneapolis, Minnesota
661
411
Edmonton, Alberta
1,666
1,035
Calgary, Alberta
1,685
1,047
Toronto, Ontario
1,713
1,064
 
 
Major US-Canadian Border Crossings
Kilometres
Miles
Fort Frances/International Falls
189
118
Rainy River/Beaudette
278
173
Thunder Bay/Grand Portage
393
244
Emerson/Pembina
444
276
Sault Ste Marie/Sault Ste Marie
1,036
644
 

 
Access by Rail

Rail Service for the City of Dryden is provided by the Canadian Pacific Railway.

Freight:

Canadian Pacific Railway
Gulf Canada Sq., 9th Ave. South West, Suite 401
Calgary, Alberta
T2P 4Z4
Website:
http://www.cpr.ca/
Toll Free:  1-888-333-6370


Intermodal facilities:

The Canadian National Railway has an intermodal terminal located in Winnipeg with daily train service.

Winnipeg Intermodal Terminal
560 Plessis Rd.P.O. Box 1620
Winnipeg, Manitoba
R3C 3Z6


Passenger:

There is no passenger service located in Dryden. However, Sioux Lookout is located 95km from Dryden. Via Rail offers passenger service from Sioux Lookout to Edmonton and Vancouver as well as to Sudbury and Toronto with connections to Ottawa and Montreal.

Via Rail
53 Front St.
Sioux Lookout, Ontario
P8T 1A3
Telephone: 1 800 681-2561  (Canada/U.S.)
Fax: (514) 871-6104
Website: 
www.viarail.ca


Access By Air

The Dryden Regional Airport offers domestic flights through Bearskin Airlines which offers non-stop flights to Sioux Lookout, Kenora and Red Lake as well as direct flights to Thunder Bay and Winnipeg. It offers a modern full service facility with ILS, 6,000 foot runway, and aviation fueling.

Dryden Regional Airport
1012 Airport Road
Dryden, Ontario
P8N 2Z4
Telephone:  (807) 934-4959 
Website:
http://www.dryden.ca/city_services/dryden_regional_airport/
Email: cyhd@dryden.ca

Dryden Fire Management Headquarters
Ministry of Natural Resources
P.O. Box 850, Dryden, Ontario
P8N 2Z5
Telephone: (807) 937-7350 
Fax: (807) 937-7349


Nearest International Airports:

Winnipeg James Armstrong Richardson International Airport
2000 Wellington Ave.
Winnipeg, Manitoba
R3H 1C2
Telephone: (204) 987-9400 
Website:
http://www.waa.ca/
Email: ywg_info@waa.ca

Thunder Bay International Airport
100 Princess St.
Thunder Bay, Ontario
P7E 6S2
Telephone: (807) 475-2600 
Fax: (807) 475-9627
Website:
http://www.tbairport.on.ca/
Email: bushbys@tbairport.on.ca


Access By Marine

The Port of Thunder Bay is the largest outbound port on the St. Lawrence Seaway System and the sixth largest port in Canada and is located only 304 km from Dryden. The port is equipped to handle all types of cargos and is serviced by the Canadian Pacific and Canadian National railways as well as major trucking companies.

Thunder Bay Port Authority
100 Main Street
Thunder Bay, Ontario
P7B 6R9
Telephone: (807) 345-6400 
Website:
http://www.portofthunderbay.com/
Email: marketing@tbport.on.ca