Feds Reopen B.C. Rail Probe

The federal Competition Bureau is reopening its 2004 investigation of one of the biggest privatizations in Western Canada’s history. The Bureau alleges Canadian National Railway breached a promise of “better service” when it took over publicly-owned British Columbia Rail fifteen years ago: “The Commissioner has reason to believe CN is not adhering to its commitments.”

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