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Canada needs further rail safety reforms: Editorial
“The reality is that in this country we transport a huge amount by rail — hundreds of billions of dollars worth a year,” Transport Minister Marc Garneau told reporters earlier this week. “And you can’t do everything in one shot.”
Keystone’s death could mean record oil revival for Canadian railways
Keystone was the great hope for opening U.S. markets further to Canadian crude. Now that it’s dead, the railways are going to make not just a comeback, but transport more oil than ever before.
Ottawa to accelerate tank car phase out
Ottawa will retire the older DOT-111 rail tanker cars — the ones involved in the deadly Lac-Megantic tragedy — several months earlier than planned, The Canadian Press has learned.
Four major trade unions back Energy East
pipeline, citing jobs
Four major trade unions have joined forces with TransCanada Corp. to push the proposed Energy East oil pipeline as a "nation-building" exercise.
Lac-Mégantic is a failure in regulation. We're
Canadian Pacific continues to deny any responsibility for its role in the disaster, and thus civil actions will continue…likely for years.
CP layoffs: Transport Canada must assume its responsibilities
On the eve of the commemoration of the Lac-Mégantic disaster, the Teamsters Union summons Transport Canada to take prompt action before it is too late.