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Permit In Hand, An Entrepreneur Starts On Alaska-Alberta Railway

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BLOOMBERG, OCTOBER 1, 2020 Founder of $17 Billion rail link says work begins in December | President Trump signed permit Tuesday for cross-border railway By Michael Bellusci for Bloomberg – The team behind the proposed Alaska to Alberta railway aims to start prep work for construction in December, with a goal of getting the $17 billion cross-border railroad running by 2025. Sean McCoshen, …

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Protests and train derailments punch Canada’s oil patch where it hurts

PortandTerminal.com, February 12, 2020 OTTAWA, CANADA – Canada’s complicated relationship with oil got a whole lot more complicated over the past two weeks. Canadian oil shipments are getting snarled once again as protesters block train lines in the latest setback to the nation’s rail-dependent crude industry that was also struck by a blazing derailment just last week. READ: Simplified: Canada’s …

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