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Railroader of the Year: CN’s JJ Ruest

Ruest took a railroad plagued with service problems and serious network capacity shortages and implemented aggressive capital investment and service quality programs.  To...

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Surrey's downtown plan to start taking shape in 2019 with development boom

SURREY (NEWS 1130) — This could be a big year when it comes to development in Surrey. To read full article click

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Chinese exports to US sank last month as tariffs took a toll

BEIJING — China’s 2018 trade surplus with the United States surged to a record $323.3 billion, but exports contracted in December as the delayed impact of President...

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China's trade surplus with the US grew in 2018 but tariffs bite

BEIJING: China’s trade surplus with the United States widened last year, data showed Monday, while the country’s imports and exports fell in December as the long-running...

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Ottawa leaving shift length safety rules up to rail companies

OTTAWA — The federal government is putting the onus on rail companies to craft rules on how long staff can safely be on-shift, with Ottawa giving vague guidelines on how to...

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Regina man grills Trudeau on pipeline and steel tariffs at town hall meeting

REGINA, SK: At the second of two town hall meetings held in Saskatchewan’s 2nd most populous city, Justin Trudeau took questions from members of the community To read full...

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Oil on rail likely won’t interfere with grain movements

CNS Canada — When considering the pattern of how grain is shipped by rail in Canada, it’s very unlikely increased oil shipments would interfere, according to Quorum...

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Kamloops mayor asks Trudeau for federal support for storm-drain, rail infrastructure

The mayor of Kamloops, B.C., made some lofty requests for federal funding when he met Justin Trudeau this week, saying he was "planting the seed" for improving...

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Legislation to upload TTC subway to province coming in spring

TORONTO -- Premier Doug Ford's plans to take over Toronto's subway system could begin to take shape this spring with the introduction of legislation that would start the...

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Queen's Park: London Transit getting $10.3M in gas tax funding

London’s share of provincial gas tax revenue is jumping four per cent to $10.3 million this year, funding that will help offset the cost of buying new buses and operating...

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Algoma Steel Inc. getting help from governments as tariff squeeze continues

Federal and provincial ministers will arrive in Sault Ste. Marie, Ont. Thursday afternoon to announce financing for new investments at Algoma Steel Inc. as it emerges from...

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With tariffs still in place, Ottawa to commit up to $90M for Algoma Steel

In making the Algoma funding announcement Thursday, the federal government is expected to say the commitment will maintain and create 3,050 Algoma jobs To read full...