Bombardier to help make 18,000 ventilators at shuttered Thunder Bay plant
Will carry out sanding, painting and assembly work on the equipment for Brampton, Ont.-based O-Two Medical Technologies.
Railways confront tough times with volumes dropping as recession looms
Carloads fell more than 17% year-over-year as industrial supply chains remain shut down and retail severely curtailed.
Cargo ship denied entry to port of Halifax over COVID-19 concerns
Siem Cicero is carrying a shipment of cars, which is considered non-essential.
Truck hauling toilet paper catches fire on Texas interstate
Bathroom tissue has been in high demand amid the coronavirus pandemic.
San Diego MTS orders 26 more buses from New Flyer
The order replaces older, end-of-life vehicles with lower-emission and more efficient buses
Envision is cleaning air through light-powered filters
Guelph company’s novel filtration technology is used outdoors to stem highway emissions and indoors to clean air in industrial facilities.
Canadians avoid public transit due to COVID-19
Approximately 30% of Canadians report decreased usage of public transportation due to COVID-19
CUTRIC launches research group for autonomous mass transit
The primary goal is $1.1 million from partners and the feds to enable autonomous shuttles to serve transit-starved communities.
Efficient Trucking Program application launched, $11.8M committed
Eligible applicants can receive a rebate of up to 50% on fuel-saving devices.
Feds warned agricultural sector near ‘tipping point’ due to blockades
Producers are having difficulty getting their products to market
Rail blockade by Tyendinaga Mohawk remains after police deadline passes
Trudeau informed premiers of measures being taken to ensure critical needs are addressed as blockade impacts economy.
Baloney Meter: Rail blockades and government authority over the police
Conservative claim that the minister of public safety has the ultimate authority over Canada’s national police force is declared a lot of baloney.
Via Rail lays off 1,000 temporarily as blockades drag on
Comes amid growing pressure on the federal government to take action.
No injuries as CN train carrying crude oil derails in NW Ontario
CN says 31 cars came off the tracks near Emo, Ont, most carrying crude and at least two were leaking.
Ontario introduces bill to speed up GTA transit project construction
The bill proposes to cut the land expropriation process from a year to approximately seven months.