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Oct 29, 2014

RAC supports government response to Lac-Mégantic report

The Railway Association of Canada (RAC) supports new rail safety measures announced today by Transport Minister Lisa Raitt in response to the Transportation Safety Board (TSB) report into the tragic accident in Lac-Mégantic, Que.
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Oct 10, 2014

Update on rail tank car safety

Canada’s railways believe that more stringent tank car standards are essential to improving the safety of transporting dangerous goods by rail.
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Oct 08, 2014

RAC expresses its sympathy for the victims of the Lac-Mégantic incident

The Railway Association of Canada (RAC) again expressed its deep sympathies for the victims of the Lac-Mégantic, Que. derailment today, as the Quebec coroner released his reports into the incident.
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Oct 06, 2014

RAC Dangerous Goods Team completes Dangerous Goods Training

On Friday, October 3, the RAC Dangerous Goods Team completed the delivery of its 40-hour Railway Emergency Response course at the Justice Institute of British Columbia in Maple Ridge, British Columbia.
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