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The Tyee
Vancouver, Let's Stand Up to Moneyed Interests of Real Estateas if to try to cauterize a public debate we desperately need to have. The acc
Vancouver, Let's Stand Up to Moneyed Interests of Real Estate
The Tyee / Posted 3 days ago
as if to try to cauterize a public debate we desperately need to have. The accusation of racism is like kryptonite to most Canadians -- we pride ourselves on living in one of the most welcoming countries in the world. But the tsunami of offshore... Read more
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Maple Ridge News
Woman survives being hit by train in Maple RidgeAmbulance Service responded to the call of a pedestrian having been hit by a tr
Woman survives being hit by train in Maple Ridge
Maple Ridge News / Posted 17 days ago
Ambulance Service responded to the call of a pedestrian having been hit by a train at approximately 8:20 p.m. on May 8. A Canadian Pacific Railway train crew reported making contact with a person crossing the tracks near the Haney Bypass. All... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Man killed by CP freight train in CalgaryA man was struck and killed by a Canadian Pacific Railway freight train in sout
Man killed by CP freight train in Calgary
Calgary Sun / Posted 22 days ago
A man was struck and killed by a Canadian Pacific Railway freight train in southwest Calgary Wednesday morning. He was on the tracks near the Southland CTrain station off Horton Road S.W. when he was hit by a southbound train at around 10:10... Read more
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News 8000
Police train ride-along reminds public of rail safetyto the National Transportation Safety Bureau every two hours, a train hits a p
Police train ride-along reminds public of rail safety
News 8000 / Posted 29 days ago
to the National Transportation Safety Bureau every two hours, a train hits a person or vehicle somewhere in the country. Railway companies and police are getting the word out in Winona. They say if you see tracks, think train. NAT... Read more
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News 8000
Police train ride-along reminds public of rail safetyPolice rode along on a Canadian Pacific locomotive Wednesday in hopes of remind
Police train ride-along reminds public of rail safety
News 8000 / Posted 29 days ago
Police rode along on a Canadian Pacific locomotive Wednesday in hopes of reminding the community how to be safe around tracks. "There's never really a break. No matter what, there can always be something ahead of us,” train engineer Brandon Ehlenz... Read more
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