Owners of the rail line to Churchill, Manitoba, had duty to fix it: Regulators
from Canadian Shipper
Federal regulators have ruled that the owners of a broken rail line to Churchill were wrong not to repair the line that kept the northern Manitoba community connected to the outside world. The Canadian Transportation Agency says the Hudson Bay Railway Co., owned by Denver-based Omnitrax, had a legal obligation to fix and maintain the line. The line is the only land link to Churchill and was severely damaged by flooding in May of last year.
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