Ottawa Journal 27 October 1926
Passengers on the No. 1 C.N.R. train were slightly shocked when three of the coaches were derailed near Alice, Ont., at an early hour this morning. No one was injured and the delay to the passengers lasted only ten minutes, those on the derailed cars being transferred to other coaches. The three cars were rerailed several hours later.
No. 1 leaves Ottawa for the west at 1.35 in the morning. It left as usual today and had reached Alice, 96 miles west of the city, when the accident happened. No cause for the deraillment was given.