News Energy Manufacturing Oil & Gas General
November 22, 2018  

Crude by rail exports rose to a record 269,829 bpd in September: NEB

Price discounts are costing the Canadian economy as much as $80 million per day.

News Manufacturing Transportation General
November 12, 2018  

New order for Bombardier-Alstom metro cars in Montreal

…but won’t save at least 100 workers from layoffs at the La Pocatiere plant.

News Manufacturing Transportation General
October 30, 2018  

Bombardier Transportation replaces president of Americas amid project delays

Elliot Sander will also oversee all sales and business development activities in the region.

News Energy Government Manufacturing Oil & Gas General
October 23, 2018  

Notley proposes Ottawa get into the crude by rail business

Can be a stop-gap measure to help narrow the price discount.

News Manufacturing Transportation General Production
July 4, 2018  

TTC says 67 of its Bombardier streetcars will be sent back for repairs

Repairs will be made in Quebec, Bombardier covering the cost; completed by 2022.

News Manufacturing Transportation General
May 10, 2018  

Volunteers work to save vintage train simulator in Berlin

Early virtual reality experience to simulate unexpected emergencies of historical importance.

News Aerospace Manufacturing General
May 4, 2018  

After 55 years, chairman Beaudoin bids adieu to Bombardier

Successfully transformed Bombardier into a significant Canadian global company.

News Forestry Manufacturing Transportation General
May 2, 2018  

CN Rail to purchase 250 lumber cars from Hamilton manufacturer

Deliveries from National Steel Car are expected to begin in September.

News Manufacturing General
April 27, 2018  

Fertilizer giant Nutrien to lay off up to 1,300 in Saskatchewan

Temporary action related to rail transportation backlogs, a possible Canadian Pacific Railway strike and growing inventory.

Insight Energy Manufacturing Oil & Gas General
April 17, 2018  

The high cost of pipeline obstructionism

A lack of capacity to cheaply transport crude is costing Canada billions.

News Government Manufacturing Transportation General
April 16, 2018  

Couillard wants Bombardier rail plant to get Montreal subway renewal contract

Concerned jobs could be at stake without new business at the La Pocatiere plant.

News Forestry Manufacturing General
April 9, 2018  

Softwood lumber exports to US fall 20% in March amid railway woes

Total Canadian shipments in the first three months were down 17.4%.

News Manufacturing Transportation General
April 4, 2018  

Bombardier plant gets $54M Via contract to upgrade 17 train cars

Contract will allow for the stainless steel cars to become fully accessible.

News Manufacturing Transportation General
April 2, 2018  

Customers blame efficiency drives at railroads for backlogs over winter months

They cite reductions in crew, locomotives and cars in a drive to boost bottom lines for railroads.

News Manufacturing Transportation General
March 28, 2018  

Broken rail led to Saskatchewan potash train derailment: TSB

Crack had been there for some time and the rail broke when the train passed over it on Oct. 3.

News Manufacturing Transportation General
March 7, 2018  

UPDATE: CN apologizes, promises immediate action to clear grain shipment backlog

Offering incentives for key employees to delay retirement and postpone vacations, and to entice back recently-retired employees.

News Energy Manufacturing Oil & Gas General
March 5, 2018  

IEA says crude by rail shipments to more than double to 390,000 barrels a day

Could peak as high as 590,000 barrels in 2019 if producers don’t resort to crude storage in peak months.

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February 6, 2018  

MMA and former employees settle, fined $1.25M in Lac Megantic case

Found guilty of violating Quebec Fisheries Act after crude oil leaked into the Megantic Lake and Chaudiere River.