Ten ways the new foreign minister can undo Baird’s damage
The response to John Baird’s resignation as Canada’s Foreign Minister has been more complimentary than critical... To view full article click
TTC workers urge Mayor John Tory to 'keep transit public'
The mayor of Toronto got a message from transit workers on Monday, when he visited a downtown TTC facility.. To view full article click
Harper to discuss trade, Ukraine, Greece with Angela Merkel in Ottawa
Several of Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s main global interests will be on the table when he meets with friend... To view the full article please click
TransCanada about to enter the rail business as Keystone XL delay drags on
TORONTO – Facing increased pressure from rail cutting into its business, while the Keystone XL pipeline remains under unending American review... To view the full article...
CP seeks revenue bump by lifting grain freight caps
Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd. is calling for an end to a government-imposed limit on revenues... To view the full article please click
Trade minister calls on Canadian exporters to look outside U.S.
OTTAWA—The Canadian government faces a new hurdle as it shifts from negotiating free trade deals to implementing them... To view the full article please click
RSI-CTC to PHMSA: Stronger tank cars alone won’t do it
The Railway Supply Institute Committee on Tank Cars (RSI-CTC) on Feb. 6, 2015, released a statement... To view the full article please click
Montreal adopts new guidelines for residential developments near railway operations
The City of Montreal has become the first major urban area in Canada to adopt the Guidelines for New Development in Proximity to Railway Operations... To view the full...
City eager to work with chiefs on rail link to Ring of Fire
Mushkegowuk Grand Chief Lawrence Martin says the chiefs and Elders who gathered in Kashechewan last week agreed to the idea... To view the full article please click
Railway Interchange 2015 registration, hotel reservations now open
Railway Interchange 2015 will be held Sunday, Oct. 4 through Wednesday, Oct. 7, 2015, at the Minneapolis Convention Center in Minneapolis, as it was in 2011, when the...
Prentice shoots down corporate tax hikes in Alberta
Premier Jim Prentice said he won’t hike corporate taxes to help rescue Alberta’s economy... To view the full article please click