Passengers’ rights, rail rules approved in Canada’s new Transportation Act

By Allison Lampert and Rod Nickel, Reuters, Global News; May 23, 2018 Canada on Wednesday approved broad air and freight reforms…

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Canada – Alberta to hold talks on crude transport with producers, railways: minister

By Julie Gordon, Reuters; Mary 2, 2018 CALGARY, Alberta (Reuters) – Alberta will hold talks with rail operators and oil…

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‘Complete and utter disrepair’: Business groups slam Ottawa’s changes to transportation bill

By Jesse Snyder, Calgary Herald; May 1, 2018 OTTAWA — Business groups are warning that a recent motion introduced by…

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Oil logjam set to ease as Canadian drillers cut deals with railroads to ship more crude

By Kevin Orland, Bloomberg News, Financial Post; April 26, 2018 Alberta’s beleaguered oil industry may get some relief from its…

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Strike averted: Canadian Pacific, two unions reach 11th-hour agreements

From Progressive Railroading Magazine; April 23, 2018 Canadian Pacific late Friday negotiated its way out of a strike two unions…

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CP Rail braces for potential strike, won’t be ‘held hostage’

By Frederic Tomesco, Bloomberg, The Toronto Star; April 19, 2018 Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd. is prepared to live with the…

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Canada: Senate changes rail-ownership law to focus on farmers, shippers and airline passengers

By Josh Wingrove and Frederic Tomesco, Bloomberg, The Toronto Star; April 13, 2018 OTTAWA—A proposed law that would increase ownership…

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British Columbia softwood lumber exports to U.S. fall 20 per cent amid railway woes

By Ross Marowits, The Globe And Mail; April 9, 2018 Softwood lumber exports from British Columbia to the United States…

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