In other words, you don't have an answer to my specific question about the recommendation by the Transportation Safety Board that there be risk assessments of the routes that the railroad companies are taking and the speed at which the trains are travelling through heavily populated areas.
Because you don't have an answer, I'll move from that to flight safety. I'm assuming there is somebody here who can talk about that.
The accident rate target per 100,000 flight hours has been going up according to Transport Canada's own report on plans and priorities. The target rate was 6.3 in 2010, and in 2014-15, the most current year, it's 6.7. That is predicted to be an increase of 40 to 50 flight accidents over the course of four years.
Why is Transport Canada allowing our airspace to become less safe?