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U.S. analysts brace for more oil by rail as debate continues...

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The fierce debate over cross-border pipelines is putting more Canadian oil and gas on trains destined for the United States — a country experts...

South Edmonton LRT rail cracks due to extreme cold as region...

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Edmonton’s extremely low temperatures have led to a crack in an LRT line in the south area of the city, officials said Tuesday.A rail...

Saskatoon committee sends rail overpass report to city council – Saskatoon

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The City of Saskatoon transportation committee voted to send a report, which recommends the city consider building three road overpasses over train lines, straight...

Via Rail extends Maritime service suspension as Canada battles coronavirus second...

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Via Rail is extending the suspension of two of its long-distance routes as the country continues to battle the second wave of the novel...

Bombardier to lay off almost 200 workers on regional rail services...

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By Staff The Canadian Press Posted June 4, 2020 4:32 pm Smaller font Descrease article font size -A Larger font Increase article font size A+ Bombardier Inc. says it will temporarily lay off...

Ford government plans 66 electronic billboards on Metrolinx rail lands

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The Progressive Conservatives are planning to allow dozens of new electronic billboards on Metrolinx rail lands in Toronto and other major centres, the...

Toronto feels the pain of Wet’suwet’en solidarity blockades as protesters target...

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Toronto has became the new battleground for protesters of the Coastal GasLink project in Western Canada, with hundreds of demonstrators occupying train lands...

‘Not in our backyard’: Alberta Wet’suwet’en rail blockade meets stiff opposition...

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EDMONTON—Supporters of Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs stood arm-in-arm around their railway barricade just outside Edmonton Wednesday afternoon as a man approached each of them...

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau urges patience as cabinet ministers seek negotiated...

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OTTAWA—Justin Trudeau issued a public appeal for patience Tuesday, warning that Canada faces a “critical moment” as behind the scenes, cabinet ministers held...

CN layoffs hit 450 amid Wet’suwet’en protests, rail blockades

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VANCOUVER—Approximately 450 rail workers have received temporary layoff notices as a result of ongoing rail blockades in support of those fighting the construction...
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