- The Canadian government is proposing legislation that would force the country’s two main railway companies, Canadian National Railway (CNI -0.8%) and Canadian Pacific (CP -1.2%), to allow commodities shippers to switch between their rail lines for greater distances at no additional cost.
- The move would attempt to boost shippers’ flexibility in getting products to market by easing rail bottlenecks, but the rail companies are unhappy; CN Rail says it is "disturbed that the government has decided to punish railways with re-regulation for an outsized crop and winter conditions totally beyond their control."
Canada to force minimum rail grain shipments as backlog builds
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