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Transport committee  We can provide that to you, yes. No problem.

June 15th, 2006Committee meeting

Luc Bourdon

Transport committee  Merlin is anxious to answer.

June 15th, 2006Committee meeting

Luc Bourdon

Transport committee  Which line goes from Halifax to Montreal?

June 15th, 2006Committee meeting

Luc Bourdon

Transport committee  Yes, but I don't know of any line other than CN that goes from Montreal to Halifax. I know which line goes there, but I don't know which one you're referring to.

June 15th, 2006Committee meeting

Luc Bourdon

Transport committee  Maybe they own a portion of it, but not across the province.

June 15th, 2006Committee meeting

Luc Bourdon

Transport committee  I could look into it to give you an exact answer. But if it goes across several provinces, its automatically a federal railway. If it's provincial, it's because it's confined to one province. The line that links Montreal to Halifax is owned by CN.

June 15th, 2006Committee meeting

Luc Bourdon

Transport committee  I doubt it.

June 15th, 2006Committee meeting

Luc Bourdon

Transport committee  Yes, we call it Chemin du Golfe et de La Matap├ędia. That's a provincial railway under the Province of Quebec.

June 15th, 2006Committee meeting

Luc Bourdon

Transport committee  I don't think it does.

June 15th, 2006Committee meeting

Luc Bourdon

June 15th, 2006Committee meeting

Luc Bourdon

Transport committee  It's 36 in total right now.

June 15th, 2006Committee meeting

Luc Bourdon

Transport committee  New Brunswick East Coast is a provincially regulated railway, not a federally regulated one. We do some enforcement on them, but through a memorandum of understanding.

June 15th, 2006Committee meeting

Luc Bourdon

Transport committee  VIA Rail has an obligation to make sure the lines they're running on are safe. That's part of their mandate. They're not going to get into a contractual agreement if it's not safe.

June 15th, 2006Committee meeting

Luc Bourdon

Transport committee  We had a total of 53 inspectors on CN for a month. We looked at over 3,000 boxcars, 230 locomotives, over 900 crossings, 156 warning systems, and 2,000 miles of track. We made 386 observations for operating practices. There were several deficiencies, at different levels, that wer

June 15th, 2006Committee meeting

Luc Bourdon