This page presents developments that relate to issues examined by CARS.
A public art project puts mental health on display in Toronto’s subways
When it comes to mental health, many can’t find the words. But a poster campaign on Toronto’s subways is looking to leverage the power of art to encourage understanding...
'When Alberta hurts, so does Canada': Energy sector gets $1.6-billion boost from feds
Canada’s energy industry is getting a $1.6-billion boost from Ottawa as the sector continues to grapple with a crushing oil differential, but Premier Rachel Notley says...
Canadian officials stops by for a visit
John Cruickshank represents Illinois' largest trading partner — Canada — and hopes to see that economic relationship grow. To read full article click
Some fear for tourism as Huawei arrest strains Canada-China relations
Canadians visiting China should have no problems, expert says — but be careful around politics To read full article click
Building strong communities and creating lasting economic, environmental and social benefits for Canadians
Minister Champagne highlights 2018 infrastructure accomplishments under the Investing in Canada plan To read full article click
A Bold Proposal to Make Surrey’s Mayor a Transit Hero
McCallum’s pricey SkyTrain pledge is crashing. But old tracks and new tech can save the day. To read full article click
CP Board Chair Andrew F. Reardon to retire from Board of Directors; Isabelle Courville designated as the next Chair
CALGARY, Dec. 17, 2018 /PRNewswire/ - Andrew F. Reardon has notified Canadian Pacific Railway Limited (TSX: CP) (NYSE: CP) that he will be retiring from CP's Board of...
‘Possible quagmire’ awaits new trade deal in Congress; Big Business is nearing panic
WASHINGTON Corporate leaders across America watching President Donald Trump fight with Democrats fear their chances of securing the newly revised trade agreement with Mexico...
Amid hits to reputation, Bombardier’s rail division remains key to company’s turnaround plan
Sitting back in a leather lounge chair on the sidelines of The International Transport Forum, a stack of notes untouched by his side, the soft-spoken head of Bombardier...
CN Rail developing method for shipping oil in 'puck' form
Canada’s largest railway believes the “CanaPux” can be a game changer for the country’s oil industry. To read full article click
Grain shippers wary of railways’ crude oil plans
Western grain shippers are watching closely to ensure their rail service doesn’t decline as oil shipments increase. To read full article click