Canada has the world’s longest coastline, and our water is one of our most important resources. Canadians across the country rely on marine transportation to go about their everyday life or to deliver products to market in a safe and responsible way.
The Government of Canada is committed to the people of Churchill and northern Manitoba. The Honourable Marc Garneau, Minister of Transport, announced that the Government of Canada will move ahead with legal action against OmniTRAX Inc. as the company has failed to resume operations on the portion of its Hudson Bay Railway Company line that runs from Gillam to Churchill, Manitoba.
From visiting friends and family, to getting goods to market, Canadians, tourists and businesses rely on Canada’s safe and secure aviation system. Adjustments to screening procedures are necessary from time to time to reflect changes in the security environment and to harmonize with international standards and partner countries. Transport Canada is amending its Prohibited Items List for passengers on all domestic and international flights.
Rail safety is a top priority for Transport Canada and the department aims to make railway operations as safe as possible by establishing strict rules, regulations and standards for Canada’s railway system.
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