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Canadian Pacific wants to limit shipments of dangerous goods

Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd. wants the power to refuse to haul dangerous goods... To view the full article please click

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India unveils record railway budget

INDIA's railways minister Mr Suresh Prabu unveiled the government's 2015-2016 railway budget... To view the full article please click

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Tax or no tax, Surrey plans backup funds for light rail

Surrey is working on a Plan B to ensure the fast-growing metropolis gets the light-rail transit line it will need... To view the full article please click

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Slowing Canadian economy still beat expectations

Stonger than expected growth could sway the Bank of Canada from cutting its key interest rate... To view the full article please click

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Metrolinx rail expansion sets down track for future needs

Metrolinx is in the process of developing an ambitious plan which will leverage current investment in transportation infrastructure... To view the full article please click...

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Canadian National Railway and the Teamsters Canada Rail Conference, representing rail traffic controllers, reach a collective agreement

OTTAWA, March 3, 2015 /CNW/ - Today, the Honourable Dr. K. Kellie Leitch, Minister of Labour and Minister of Status of Women, congratulated Canadian National Railway (CN) and...

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Parsons consortium awarded $1.2bn Montreal Interchange contract

The Quebec Ministry of Transportation (MTQ) has awarded Parsons Canada and Construction Kiewit a US$1.2bn contract to replace the Turcot Interchange in Montreal... To view...

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Hunter Harrison on CP's turnaround and the future of rail

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Why Alberta’s oil loss may be B.C.’s LNG gain

Next to the Alberta-based oil patch, the mood in the British Columbia LNG sector seems positively upbeat... To view full article please click

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Manufacturing drives the Canadian economy to a strong finish in 2014

The manufacturing sector almost singlehandedly drove GDP higher in December, helping the Canadian economy end the year on a positive note... To view full article please...

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New NCC minister keeping mum on Ottawa plans

The new regional minister and overseer of the National Capital Commission, Nepean-Carleton MP Pierre Poilievre... To view the full article please click

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Canadian universities working to get more girls into the sciences

A report from Engineers Canada shows just 18.3 per cent of undergraduate engineering degrees were awarded to women across the country in 2013... To view the full article...