Via’s proposal for Toronto-Montreal corridor makes sense, but Liberals studying cost: minister

Via’s proposal for Toronto-Montreal corridor makes sense, but Liberals studying cost: minister

Published on March 4, 2016

OTTAWA – Transport Minister Marc Garneau says Via Rail’s proposed dedicated track in the Montreal-Toronto corridor seems to fit with what the Liberal government wants in new infrastructure projects, but cautions the government is doing its homework to determine whether to spend taxpayer dollars on the proposal...

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