RAC News
Jan 12, 2017

New report highlights that Canada’s railways continue to reduce GHG emissions

Canada’s railways are on track to meeting their greenhouse gas (GHG) reduction targets by 2015, according to the latest Locomotive Emissions Monitoring (LEM) Program report released today by the Railway Association of Canada (RAC).
Read More

Oct 12, 2016

Canada’s railways support new federal rail safety program

The Railway Association of Canada (RAC) is pleased that the federal government’s new rail safety program addresses the two most pressing public safety issues associated with rail operations in Canada: trespassing on railway property and accidents at grade crossings.
Read More

Aug 03, 2016

Canada’s railways release new video to promote free national emergency response training program

Canada’s railways today released a new promotional video about TRANSCAER® – the Transportation Community Awareness and Emergency Response initiative.
Read More

Jul 25, 2016

Canada’s railways welcome accelerated phase-out of legacy DOT-111 tank cars

The Railway Association of Canada (RAC) strongly supports the accelerated phase-out of so-called “legacy” DOT-111 tank cars used to transport flammable liquids, announced today by Transport Minister Marc Garneau.
Read More

« Older Entries


News Archives

Media Contact:
Alex Paterson
Public Affairs Coordinator
Public and Corporate Affairs
(613) 564-8111
Email: alexp@railcan.ca

Sarah Mayes
Director, Public Affairs
Public and Corporate Affairs
(613) 564-8097
Email: smayes@railcan.ca

Connect with the RAC


©2017 The Railway Association of Canada. All rights reserved.

Locomotive Emissions Monitoring

The Locomotive Emissions Monitoring Program (LEM) data filing is completed in accordance with the terms of the 2011-2015 Memorandum of Understanding (2011 – 2015 MOU) signed on April 30, 2013, between the Railway Association of Canada (RAC) and Transport Canada (TC) concerning the emissions of greenhouse gases (GHG) and criteria air contaminants (CAC) from locomotives operating in Canada. MORE >