Feb 20, 2015

L’Association des chemins de fer examine le nouveau régime de responsabilité et d’indemnisation

20 février 2015 – L’Association des chemins de fer du Canada (ACFC) examine le nouveau régime de responsabilité et d’indemnisation des chemins de fer présenté aujourd’hui par la ministre des Transports Lisa Raitt.
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Feb 20, 2015

Railway association responds to new railway liability and compensation regime

February 20, 2015 – The Railway Association of Canada (RAC) is reviewing the new railway liability and compensation regime introduced today by Transport Minister Lisa Raitt.
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Feb 04, 2015

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 into its long-term development plan. The guidelines – developed by the Federation of Canadian Municipalities (FCM) and Railway Association of Canada (RAC) as part of their joint Proximity Initiative – address railway-community issues concerning noise, vibration, and safety.
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