ClubLink Enterprises Limited engages in tourism, golf, and merchant banking activities in Canada and the United States. Rail, Tourism and Port Operations The company’s rail, tourism and port activities are provided through various wholly-owned subsidiaries operating as White Pass and Yukon Route (White Pass). White Pass is an integrated tourist enterprise controlling three major docks for cruise ship berthing in Skagway, Alaska. The port operations support the rail tour excursion, which operates from Skagway to northern British Columbia and Yukon. The White Pass railway stretches for a distance of approximately 110 miles from Skagway, Alaska through part of British Columbia to Whitehorse, Yukon. The tourist railway offers round trip and one-way excursions from Skagway to the White Pass Summit, to Fraser, British Columbia, to Bennett, British Columbia and to Carcross, Yukon. Rail Operations: The company’s primary business is the operation of port facilities and a 36-inch narrow gauge passenger tourist railway under the name ‘White Pass & Yukon Route’. The tourist railway offers round trip and one-way excursions from Skagway to the White Pass Summit, to Fraser, British Columbia, to Bennett, British Columbia and to Carcross, Yukon. The railway operates on a right of way that is generally 200 feet wide in Alaska and British Columbia and 100 feet wide in Yukon, with some points in the cities of Skagway and Whitehorse being approximately 30 feet. Port Operations: The company operates dock facilities on the Skagway waterfront, which primarily serve cruise ships and also serves the mining and petroleum industries. Its existing dock facilities can accommodate four large ships and one small ship at a time. White Pass operates three of the four major docks in Skagway, namely, Railway Dock, Broadway Dock and Ore Dock. Golf and Resort Operations The company, through ClubLink Corporation, engages in the ownership, operation, and development of member golf clubs and golf resorts in Ontario and Quebec. ClubLink is a publicly held reporting issuer (TSX: LNK) and is Canada’s largest owner The Golf Club operations segment represents various aspects of operating golf courses including annual dues, green fees, corporate events, cart rentals, merchandise, food and beverage (except food and beverage at two Muskoka Golf Clubs operated by Delta Hotels and Resorts (Delta)) and services, such as golf instruction. ClubLink’s golf clubs are organized into two clusters: the major metropolitan areas of Southern Ontario and Muskoka, Ontario’s premier resort area, extending from London to Huntsville to Pickering, with a presence in the Greater Toronto Area; and Quebec/Eastern Ontario, extending from the National Capital Region to Montreal, including Mont-Tremblant, Quebec’s premier resort area. ClubLink operates The Lake Joseph Club. Delta manages the non-golf aspects of ClubLink’s Resort operations which include the operations of Delta Grandview Resort, Delta Rocky Crest Resort and Delta Sherwood Inn. The Resort operations segment represents various aspects of operating the Resorts, including rooms, food and beverage and nature programs (but exclude golf). History The company was founded in 1997. It was formerly known as Tri-White Corporation and changed its name to ClubLink Enterprises Limited on July 23, 2009.
twc enterprises ltd (TWC:Toronto)
15675 Dufferin Street
King City, ON L7B 1K5
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