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Train derails in East Vancouver Wednesday morning

Crews were called to East Vancouver Wednesday morning, where several train cars derailed.

Canadian Pacific Railway spokesperson Jeremy Berry said that three grain cars derailed west of the Commissioner Street overpass near the eastern entrance to the port around 4:30 a.m. 68 more words


Irving Oil ordered to pay $4M for violating safety standards in transporting crude oil

Irving Oil has been ordered to pay $4 million after pleading guilty to 34 offences under the Transportation of Dangerous Goods Act.

The charges stem from a joint investigation by Transport Canada and the RCMP that was prompted by the deadly train derailment in Lac Mégantic. 351 more words


Cleanup continues after train carrying crude oil derails north of Edmonton

CN crews, including dangerous goods and environmental teams, will be at the scene of a train derailment north of Edmonton throughout the day Monday as they work to clean up the site. 684 more words


Houses north of Edmonton evacuated after train carrying crude oil derails

People forced to leave their homes because of a train derailment north of Edmonton could begin returning home after 7 p.m., Sturgeon County officials said Sunday evening. 668 more words


13 train cars derail off historic CN trestle bridge near Wainwright in central Alberta

Editor’s Note: This story was first published the evening of Tuesday, Oct. 17, and updated with new information from CN Rail on Wednesday, Oct. 18. 678 more words


Extreme winds cause train derailment near Huxley in central Alberta

Extreme winds caused a train to derail in central Alberta Tuesday.

Crews from the Three Hills RCMP and fire department responded at around 5:20 p.m. to a derailment about 1.5 kilometres south of Huxley. 375 more words


Train cars carrying crude oil derail in Coalhurst, Alta.: fire official

Canadian Pacific continues to investigate after train cars carrying crude oil derailed Friday night at the Kipp Rail Yard in Coalhurst, Alta., just west of Lethbridge. 337 more words