The battle over 20 kilometres of rail in rural Quebec

The battle over 20 kilometres of rail in rural Quebec

Published on August 3, 2017

Another dispute over the removal of railway tracks has led the Moose Consortium to ask the Canadian Transportation Agency to order the town of Chelsea, Que., not to rip up a 20-km section of track that the town intends to replace with a regional bike path. 

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