|Blog Bruce Campbell | The feds do not favour the request. Why? The reasons extend to Transport Canada decisions.|
|News Bruce Campbell | Only those at the bottom of the responsibility pyramid have been blamed for a catastrophe that killed 47 people|
|Blog Roger Annis | "No to death trains!" and "Bye bye Harper!" were among the slogans chanted at October 11 march in Lac-Mégantic demanding rail safety.|
|Blog Roger Annis | A settlement of $200 million has been reached, but some of the largest companies involved in the disaster are not contributing.|
|Blog Roger Annis | A new, extensive documentary report on the vast expansion of oil by rail in North America has been produced by a journalist team from the Weather Channel and InsideClimate News.|
|Blog Roger Annis | John Tory says trains carrying oil and other dangerous cargos should not be running through Toronto neighbourhoods. But he's an unlikely candidate to wage the necessary fight against Big Rail.|
|Podcast Redeye Collective | Bruce Campbell says that railway companies fundamentally re-wrote the rule book on operating rules in 2008, changes which were then approved by Transport Canada over the objections of the union.|
|RabbleTV Humberto DaSilva | The Transport Safety Board report on Lac-Mégantic says that letting the railroad write its own rules was a problem. So why is Transport Canada letting Canadian airlines do the same thing?|
Safety Board final report on Lac-Mégantic disaster is sharply critical of railway regulation, but federal gov't unmovedRoger Annis | Transportation Minister Lisa Raitt says not to worry, railway and oil train safety is in hand. But the Transportation Safety Board says railways are "unchecked."
|Blog Bruce Campbell | Ten areas of regulatory failure relevant to the actions Montreal Maine and Atlantic -- whose train derailed and exploded causing 47 deaths and untold suffering for the citizens of Lac-Mégantic.|
|Blog rabble staff | The Peoples' Social Forum in Ottawa is fast approaching! With just a week left until the Forum, here's a sneak peek at some of the amazing events coming up that we're involved in.|
Revealed: What happened the night of the oil train disaster in Lac Mégantic, Quebec that killed 47 peopleRoger Annis | An out-of-control surge of oil train traffic in North America is a threat to communities and the planet.
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