What is the Trans-Canada Highway?

     This is the first of hopefully many entries about triple-stumpers from the show (that is, explanations of some of those clues). I’m going to try to use books as much as I can as opposed to the Internet.
     Triple-stumper from Friday, 1-28:  In Engineering:  “Built at a cost of more than $200 million, it stretches from Victoria, B.C. to St. John’s, Newfoundland.”
     Lisa gave an incorrect response of “Trans-Canadian Railroad.”  I did not actually find something called the Trans-Canadian Railroad, but I did see “Trans-Canada Railroad,” “Trans-Canada Railway,” and “Canadian Pacific Railway,” all of which refer to the same thing.  To Lisa’s credit, the Trans-Canada Railroad has its Western terminus in Vancouver, British Columbia.  However, the Eastern terminus is in Montreal, Quebec.  According to one site I came across, the Railway now serves Minneapolis, Chicago, and New York City.
     Doug’s incorrect response was “St. Lawrence Seaway.”  It is nowhere near British Columbia: Like the Trans-Canada Railroad, it has a terminus in Montreal, and the other terminus is Lake Ontario.