Humble Train Station Revives Sleepy Cottage Community

Opening Over a 150 summer residents and tourists celebrated the opening of La P’tite Gare. It took a dream and a visionary to make it happen.

It's not Grand Central Station, but for the residents of Camp Comfort, a sleepy summer cottage community in the Eastern Townships of Quebec, re-building their whistle stop shelter was a grand project. In fact. when John E. McManus of Chicago started talking about the idea to his neighbors in 1994, it seemed like an impossible idea. How did his dream become a reality? Read more…