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12/11/2007 AT 02:27

Every available piece of equipment has been pressed into service to respond to the increased demand for space.

As Canada's national passenger rail service, VIA Rail Canada's mandate is to provide efficient, environmentally responsible and cost effective passenger transportation services, both in Canada's business corridor and in remote and rural regions of the country. VIA serves more than 450 communities with a network of inter-city, transcontinental and regional trains. Demand continues to grow, as more Canadians turn to train travel as a hassle-free and cost-efficient alternative to congested roads and airports.

Canada's new government revitalizes inter-city

The Honourable Lawrence Cannon, Minister of Transport, Infrastructure and Communities, along with the Honourable Jim Flaherty, Minister of Finance, today announced a new funding package for VIA Rail Canada Inc., a Crown corporation, to revitalize inter-city passenger rail services in Canada.

Sale of Central Station Complex in Montreal

CN announced today they have reached an agreement under which Homburg Invest will purchase the Central Station Complex (CSC) in Montreal and CN will leaseback its corporate headquarters building and Central Station railway passenger facilities.

Gearing up for Back to School

With back-to-school jingles and sales beginning, students are budgeting their hard-earned summer funds with a year full of activities in mind.

CN plans sale of Central Station in Montreal

CN announced today plans to sell its Central Station Complex (CSC) in Montreal, and to lease back its corporate headquarters building and the railway passenger facilities of the station, two key components of the CSC.

CN derailment disrupts VIA service

Due to a 32-car Canadian National freight train derailment east of Kingston, Ontario, this morning, VIA Rail Canada is replacing its regular train service with motor coach between Toronto and Montreal/Ottawa, in both directions, until the line is reopened to rail traffic.

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