Hudson Bay Railway appeals Churchill, Manitoba rail ruling in year-long attempt to restore service

By The Canadian Press, Kamloops Matters; June 17, 2018 WINNIPEG — The company that owns a broken rail line into…

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Canada – Owners of the rail line to Churchill, Manitoba, had duty to fix it: regulators

By The Canadian Press, Times-Colonist; June 15, 2018 WINNIPEG — Federal regulators have ruled that the owners of a broken…

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Deal reached between Manitoba groups, Omnitrax for ownership of Churchill rail line

By Sean Kavanagh, CBC News; May 30, 2018 The tracks have sat flood-damaged and idle for more than a year,…

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Company pulls out of running to takeover northern Manitoba rail line to Churchill

By The Canadian Press, National Post; May 22, 2018 WINNIPEG — A company that announced a surprise bid earlier this…

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Canadian Union Calls for Re-Investment in Churchill Region: Says Government Owes the People of Churchill

A press release from The Union of Canadian Transportation Employees (UCTE); May 10, 2018: OTTAWA, May 10, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE)…

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Churchill, Manitoba presses for Hudson Bay Railway deal before harsh winter

By Jacqueline Nelson and Eric Atkins, The Globe and Mail; May 4, 2018 Churchill is racing the clock to secure…

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Manitoba: First Nations, private firm agree to acquire Hudson Bay rail line, Port of Churchill

From Progressive Railroading Magazine; May 4, 2018 A group of Manitoba First Nations — through a newly formed partnership with…

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Manitoba: Omnitrax Inc.’s name scratched off federal lawsuit against Churchill railway owners

By Cameron MacLean, CBC News; February 27, 2018 Omnitrax owns the Hudson Bay Railway Company, but its lawyer says the parent…

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Ottawa to offset higher gas prices after Churchill, Manitoba, lost its rail link

By The Canadian Press, National Post; February 17, 2018 CHURCHILL, Man. — The federal government says it will help residents…

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