Appendix 1: List of violations for 19-06541

Violation No. 1

On or about July 13, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. BCOL730644, loaded with “kiln dried lumber”, from Fort St. John, British Columbia, for delivery at the Goodfellow Inc. facility in Delson, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 2

On or about July 19, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. BNSF559593, loaded with “Lumber or timber, rough or dressed, dried”, from Clatskanie, Oregon, for delivery at the Goodfellow Inc. facility in Delson, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 3

On or about July 21, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. AOK021234, loaded with “Lumber or timber, rough or dressed, dried”, from Thornton Yard, British Columbia, for delivery at the Goodfellow Inc. facility in Delson, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 4

On or about July 30, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CN626615, loaded with “kiln dried lumber”, from Chetwynd, British Columbia, for delivery at the Goodfellow Inc. facility in Delson, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 5

On or about August 5, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. AOK021321, loaded with “Lumber or timber, rough or dressed, dried”, from Dunkley, British Columbia, for delivery at the Goodfellow Inc. facility in Delson, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 6

On or about August 5, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. BCOL730642, loaded with “kiln dried lumber”, from Edson, Alberta, for delivery at the Goodfellow Inc. facility in Delson, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 7

On or about August 7, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CN627095, loaded with “Lumber or timber, rough or dressed, dried”, from Chetwynd, British Columbia, for delivery at the Goodfellow Inc. facility in Delson, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 8

On or about August 10, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. IC977238, loaded with “Lumber or timber, rough or dressed, dried”, from Blue Ridge, Alberta, for delivery at the Goodfellow Inc. facility in Delson, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 9

On or about August 17, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. DWC627521, loaded with “kiln dried lumber”, from Smithers, British Columbia, for delivery at the Goodfellow Inc. facility in Delson, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 10

On or about August 22, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CN623800, loaded with “Lumber or timber, rough or dressed, dried”, from Quesnel, British Columbia, for delivery at the Goodfellow Inc. facility in Delson, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 11

On or about August 30, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. ATW300290, loaded with “Lumber or timber, rough or dressed, dried”, from Clatskanie, Oregon, for delivery at the Goodfellow Inc. facility in Delson, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 12

On or about August 30, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. BNSF561575, loaded with “Lumber or timber, rough or dressed, dried”, from Clatskanie, Oregon, for delivery at the Goodfellow Inc. facility in Delson, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 13

On or about September 1, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. WC038162, loaded with “Lumber or timber, rough or dressed, dried”, from Thornton Yard, British Columbia, for delivery at the Goodfellow Inc. facility in Delson, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 14

On or about September 8, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. BNSF562658, loaded with “Lumber or timber, rough or dressed, dried”, from Clatskanie, Oregon, for delivery at the Goodfellow Inc. facility in Delson, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 15

On or about September 9, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. DWC627408, loaded with “Lumber or timber, rough or dressed, dried”, from Dunkley, British Columbia, for delivery at the Goodfellow Inc. facility in Delson, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 16

On or about September 10, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. TR874364, loaded with “Lumber or timber, rough or dressed, dried”, from Clatskanie, Oregon, for delivery at the Goodfellow Inc. facility in Delson, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 17

On or about September 16, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. UCRY873141, loaded with “Lumber or timber, rough or dressed, dried”, from Thornton Yard, British Columbia, for delivery at the Goodfellow Inc. facility in Delson, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 18

On or about September 19, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No.GTW624151, loaded with “Lumber or timber, rough or dressed, dried”, from Hinton, Alberta, for delivery at the Goodfellow Inc. facility in Delson, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 19

On or about September 22, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No.TTZX861525, loaded with “Lumber or timber, rough or dressed, dried”, from Clatskanie, Oregon, for delivery at the Goodfellow Inc. facility in Delson, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 20

On or about September 25, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No.TTZX866640, loaded with “Lumber or timber, rough or dressed, dried”, from Clatskanie, Oregon, for delivery at the Goodfellow Inc. facility in Delson, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 21

On or about September 26, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No.COER875216, loaded with “Lumber or timber, rough or dressed, dried”, from Clatskanie, Oregon, for delivery at the Goodfellow Inc. facility in Delson, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 22

On or about August 27, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CNIS376070, loaded with “coke, petroleum, calcined”, from Sarnia, Ontario, for delivery at the Lafarge Canada Inc. facility in Saint-Constant, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 23

On or about August 27, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CNIS376221, loaded with “coke, petroleum, calcined”, from Sarnia, Ontario, for delivery at the Lafarge Canada Inc. facility in Saint-Constant, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 24

On or about August 27, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CNLX007446, loaded with “coke, petroleum, calcined”, from Sarnia, Ontario, for delivery at the Lafarge Canada Inc. facility in Saint-Constant, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 25

On or about August 30, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CN372265, loaded with “coke, petroleum, calcined”, from Sarnia, Ontario, for delivery at the Lafarge Canada Inc. facility in Saint-Constant, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 26

On or about August 30, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CN376515, loaded with “coke, petroleum, calcined”, from Sarnia, Ontario, for delivery at the Lafarge Canada Inc. facility in Saint-Constant, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 27

On or about August 30, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CN376699, loaded with “coke, petroleum, calcined”, from Sarnia, Ontario, for delivery at the Lafarge Canada Inc. facility in Saint-Constant, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 28

On or about August 30, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CNIS376054, loaded with “coke, petroleum, calcined”, from Sarnia, Ontario, for delivery at the Lafarge Canada Inc. facility in Saint-Constant, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 29

On or about August 30, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CNIS376086, loaded with “coke, petroleum, calcined”, from Sarnia, Ontario, for delivery at the Lafarge Canada Inc. facility in Saint-Constant, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 30

On or about August 30, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CNIS376167, loaded with “coke, petroleum, calcined”, from Sarnia, Ontario, for delivery at the Lafarge Canada Inc. facility in Saint-Constant, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 31

On or about August 30, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CNIS376181, loaded with “coke, petroleum, calcined”, from Sarnia, Ontario, for delivery at the Lafarge Canada Inc. facility in Saint-Constant, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 32

On or about August 30, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CNIS376299, loaded with “coke, petroleum, calcined”, from Sarnia, Ontario, for delivery at the Lafarge Canada Inc. facility in Saint-Constant, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 33

On or about September 1, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CN369295, loaded with “coke, petroleum, calcined”, from Sarnia, Ontario, for delivery at the Lafarge Canada Inc. facility in Saint-Constant, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 34

On or about September 1, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CNIS368672, loaded with “coke, petroleum, calcined”, from Sarnia, Ontario, for delivery at the Lafarge Canada Inc. facility in Saint-Constant, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 35

On or about September 1, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CNIS376042, loaded with “coke, petroleum, calcined”, from Sarnia, Ontario, for delivery at the Lafarge Canada Inc. facility in Saint-Constant, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 36

On or about September 1, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CNIS376087, loaded with “coke, petroleum, calcined”, from Sarnia, Ontario, for delivery at the Lafarge Canada Inc. facility in Saint-Constant, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 37

On or about September 1, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CNIS376129, loaded with “coke, petroleum, calcined”, from Sarnia, Ontario, for delivery at the Lafarge Canada Inc. facility in Saint-Constant, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 38

On or about September 1, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CNIS376139, loaded with “coke, petroleum, calcined”, from Sarnia, Ontario, for delivery at the Lafarge Canada Inc. facility in Saint-Constant, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 39

On or about September 1, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CNIS376206, loaded with “coke, petroleum, calcined”, from Sarnia, Ontario, for delivery at the Lafarge Canada Inc. facility in Saint-Constant, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 40

On or about September 1, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CNIS376255, loaded with “coke, petroleum, calcined”, from Sarnia, Ontario, for delivery at the Lafarge Canada Inc. facility in Saint-Constant, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 41

On or about September 6, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CN371979, loaded with “coke, petroleum, calcined”, from Sarnia, Ontario, for delivery at the Lafarge Canada Inc. facility in Saint-Constant, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 42

On or about September 6, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CN376641, loaded with “coke, petroleum, calcined”, from Sarnia, Ontario, for delivery at the Lafarge Canada Inc. facility in Saint-Constant, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 43

On or about September 6, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CNIS376050, loaded with “coke, petroleum, calcined”, from Sarnia, Ontario, for delivery at the Lafarge Canada Inc. facility in Saint-Constant, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 44

On or about September 6, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CNIS376088, loaded with “coke, petroleum, calcined”, from Sarnia, Ontario, for delivery at the Lafarge Canada Inc. facility in Saint-Constant, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 45

On or about September 6, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CNIS376157, loaded with “coke, petroleum, calcined”, from Sarnia, Ontario, for delivery at the Lafarge Canada Inc. facility in Saint-Constant, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 46

On or about September 6, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CNIS376171, loaded with “coke, petroleum, calcined”, from Sarnia, Ontario, for delivery at the Lafarge Canada Inc. facility in Saint-Constant, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 47

On or about September 6, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CNIS376172, loaded with “coke, petroleum, calcined”, from Sarnia, Ontario, for delivery at the Lafarge Canada Inc. facility in Saint-Constant, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 48

On or about September 6, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CNIS376195, loaded with “coke, petroleum, calcined”, from Sarnia, Ontario, for delivery at the Lafarge Canada Inc. facility in Saint-Constant, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 49

On or about September 6, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CNIS376234, loaded with “coke, petroleum, calcined”, from Sarnia, Ontario, for delivery at the Lafarge Canada Inc. facility in Saint-Constant, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 50

On or about September 6, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CNIS376246, loaded with “coke, petroleum, calcined”, from Sarnia, Ontario, for delivery at the Lafarge Canada Inc. facility in Saint-Constant, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 51

On or about September 6, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CNIS376248, loaded with “coke, petroleum, calcined”, from Sarnia, Ontario, for delivery at the Lafarge Canada Inc. facility in Saint-Constant, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 52

On or about September 6, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CNIS376291, loaded with “coke, petroleum, calcined”, from Sarnia, Ontario, for delivery at the Lafarge Canada Inc. facility in Saint-Constant, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 53

On or about September 6, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CNIS376295, loaded with “coke, petroleum, calcined”, from Sarnia, Ontario, for delivery at the Lafarge Canada Inc. facility in Saint-Constant, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 54

On or about September 6, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CNLX009450, loaded with “coke, petroleum, calcined”, from Sarnia, Ontario, for delivery at the Lafarge Canada Inc. facility in Saint-Constant, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 55

On or about September 6, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. IC767594, loaded with “coke, petroleum, calcined”, from Sarnia, Ontario, for delivery at the Lafarge Canada Inc. facility in Saint-Constant, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 56

On or about September 9, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CNIS376003, loaded with “coke, petroleum, calcined”, from Sarnia, Ontario, for delivery at the Lafarge Canada Inc. facility in Saint-Constant, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 57

On or about September 9, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CNIS376008, loaded with “coke, petroleum, calcined”, from Sarnia, Ontario, for delivery at the Lafarge Canada Inc. facility in Saint-Constant, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 58

On or about September 9, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CNIS376032, loaded with “coke, petroleum, calcined”, from Sarnia, Ontario, for delivery at the Lafarge Canada Inc. facility in Saint-Constant, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 59

On or about September 9, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CNIS376143, loaded with “coke, petroleum, calcined”, from Sarnia, Ontario, for delivery at the Lafarge Canada Inc. facility in Saint-Constant, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 60

On or about September 9, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CNIS376203, loaded with “coke, petroleum, calcined”, from Sarnia, Ontario, for delivery at the Lafarge Canada Inc. facility in Saint-Constant, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 61

On or about September 9, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CNIS376207, loaded with “coke, petroleum, calcined”, from Sarnia, Ontario, for delivery at the Lafarge Canada Inc. facility in Saint-Constant, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 62

On or about September 9, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CNIS376288, loaded with “coke, petroleum, calcined”, from Sarnia, Ontario, for delivery at the Lafarge Canada Inc. facility in Saint-Constant, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 63

On or about September 15, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CN371851, loaded with “coke, petroleum, calcined”, from Sarnia, Ontario, for delivery at the Lafarge Canada Inc. facility in Saint-Constant, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 64

On or about September 15, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CNIS376019, loaded with “coke, petroleum, calcined”, from Sarnia, Ontario, for delivery at the Lafarge Canada Inc. facility in Saint-Constant, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 65

On or about September 15, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CNIS376164, loaded with “coke, petroleum, calcined”, from Sarnia, Ontario, for delivery at the Lafarge Canada Inc. facility in Saint-Constant, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 66

On or about September 15, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CNIS376188, loaded with “coke, petroleum, calcined”, from Sarnia, Ontario, for delivery at the Lafarge Canada Inc. facility in Saint-Constant, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 67

On or about September 15, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CNIS376271, loaded with “coke, petroleum, calcined”, from Sarnia, Ontario, for delivery at the Lafarge Canada Inc. facility in Saint-Constant, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 68

On or about September 15, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CNIS376297, loaded with “coke, petroleum, calcined”, from Sarnia, Ontario, for delivery at the Lafarge Canada Inc. facility in Saint-Constant, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 69

On or about September 15, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CNLX007046, loaded with “coke, petroleum, calcined”, from Sarnia, Ontario, for delivery at the Lafarge Canada Inc. facility in Saint-Constant, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 70

On or about September 15, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. IC767604, loaded with “coke, petroleum, calcined”, from Sarnia, Ontario, for delivery at the Lafarge Canada Inc. facility in Saint-Constant, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 71

On or about September 16, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CNIS368738, loaded with “coke, petroleum, calcined”, from Sarnia, Ontario, for delivery at the Lafarge Canada Inc. facility in Saint-Constant, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 72

On or about September 16, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CNIS376033, loaded with “coke, petroleum, calcined”, from Sarnia, Ontario, for delivery at the Lafarge Canada Inc. facility in Saint-Constant, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 73

On or about September 16, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CNIS376048, loaded with “coke, petroleum, calcined”, from Sarnia, Ontario, for delivery at the Lafarge Canada Inc. facility in Saint-Constant, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 74

On or about September 16, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CNLX007546, loaded with “coke, petroleum, calcined”, from Sarnia, Ontario, for delivery at the Lafarge Canada Inc. facility in Saint-Constant, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 75

On or about September 16, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CNLX007635, loaded with “coke, petroleum, calcined”, from Sarnia, Ontario, for delivery at the Lafarge Canada Inc. facility in Saint-Constant, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 76

On or about September 16, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. IC767501, loaded with “coke, petroleum, calcined”, from Sarnia, Ontario, for delivery at the Lafarge Canada Inc. facility in Saint-Constant, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 77

On or about September 19, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CN376670, loaded with “coke, petroleum, calcined”, from Sarnia, Ontario, for delivery at the Lafarge Canada Inc. facility in Saint-Constant, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 78

On or about September 21, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CNIS376253, loaded with “coke, petroleum, calcined”, from Sarnia, Ontario, for delivery at the Lafarge Canada Inc. facility in Saint-Constant, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 79

On or about September 21, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CNIS376277, loaded with “coke, petroleum, calcined”, from Sarnia, Ontario, for delivery at the Lafarge Canada Inc. facility in Saint-Constant, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 80

On or about September 21, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CNLX007659, loaded with “coke, petroleum, calcined”, from Sarnia, Ontario, for delivery at the Lafarge Canada Inc. facility in Saint-Constant, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 81

On or about September 21, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CNLX007811, loaded with “coke, petroleum, calcined”, from Sarnia, Ontario, for delivery at the Lafarge Canada Inc. facility in Saint-Constant, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 82

On or about September 21, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CNLX010177, loaded with “coke, petroleum, calcined”, from Sarnia, Ontario, for delivery at the Lafarge Canada Inc. facility in Saint-Constant, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 83

On or about September 22, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CN372265, loaded with “coke, petroleum, calcined”, from Toronto Macmillan Yard, Ontario, for delivery at the Lafarge Canada Inc. facility in Saint-Constant, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 84

On or about September 22, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CN376699, loaded with “coke, petroleum, calcined”, from Toronto Macmillan Yard, Ontario, for delivery at the Lafarge Canada Inc. facility in Saint-Constant, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 85

On or about September 22, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CNIS376054, loaded with “coke, petroleum, calcined”, from Toronto Macmillan Yard, Ontario, for delivery at the Lafarge Canada Inc. facility in Saint-Constant, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 86

On or about September 22, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CNIS376190, loaded with “coke, petroleum, calcined”, from Sarnia, Ontario, for delivery at the Lafarge Canada Inc. facility in Saint-Constant, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 87

On or about September 23, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CN369295, loaded with “coke, petroleum, calcined”, from Sarnia, Ontario, for delivery at the Lafarge Canada Inc. facility in Saint-Constant, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 88

On or about September 23, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CNIS376042, loaded with “coke, petroleum, calcined”, from Sarnia, Ontario, for delivery at the Lafarge Canada Inc. facility in Saint-Constant, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 89

On or about September 23, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CNIS376129, loaded with “coke, petroleum, calcined”, from Sarnia, Ontario, for delivery at the Lafarge Canada Inc. facility in Saint-Constant, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 90

On or about September 26, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CNIS376139, loaded with “coke, petroleum, calcined”, from Sarnia, Ontario, for delivery at the Lafarge Canada Inc. facility in Saint-Constant, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 91

On or about September 26, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CNIS376167, loaded with “coke, petroleum, calcined”, from Sarnia, Ontario, for delivery at the Lafarge Canada Inc. facility in Saint-Constant, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 92

On or about September 26, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CNIS376181, loaded with “coke, petroleum, calcined”, from Sarnia, Ontario, for delivery at the Lafarge Canada Inc. facility in Saint-Constant, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 93

On or about September 26, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CNIS376221, loaded with “coke, petroleum, calcined”, from Sarnia, Ontario, for delivery at the Lafarge Canada Inc. facility in Saint-Constant, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 94

On or about September 26, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. IC767585, loaded with “coke, petroleum, calcined”, from Sarnia, Ontario, for delivery at the Lafarge Canada Inc. facility in Saint-Constant, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 95

On or about July 2, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. ITWX033024, loaded with “Ammonia, anhydrous”, from Fort Saskatchewan,  Alberta, for delivery at the Servichem Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 96

On or about July 3, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. UTLX647676, loaded with “Diesel exhaust fluid”, from Courtright, Ontario, for delivery at the Servichem Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 97

On or about July 3, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. UTLX647919, loaded with “Diesel exhaust fluid”, from Courtright, Ontario, for delivery at the Servichem Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 98

On or about July 4, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. SRIX033952, loaded with “Ammonia, anhydrous”, from Fort Saskatchewan,  Alberta, for delivery at the Servichem Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 99

On or about July 6, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. PROX030242, loaded with “Ammonia, anhydrous”, from Saskferco, Saskatchewan, for delivery at the Servichem Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 100

On or about July 10, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. PROX105202, loaded with “Ammonia, anhydrous”, from Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta, for delivery at the Servichem Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 101

On or about July 13, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. GATX220501, loaded with “Diesel exhaust fluid”, from Courtright, Ontario, for delivery at the Servichem Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 102

On or about July 16, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. NASX004387, loaded with “Sodium chloride (salt, common)”, from Amherst, Nova scotia, for delivery at the Servichem Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 103

On or about July 16, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. NASX004392, loaded with “Sodium chloride (salt, common)”, from Amherst, Nova scotia, for delivery at the Servichem Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 104

On or about July 16, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. NASX004397, loaded with “Sodium chloride (salt, common)”, from Amherst, Nova scotia, for delivery at the Servichem Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 105

On or about July 16, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. PROX105037, loaded with “Ammonia, anhydrous”, from Fort Saskatchewan,  Alberta, for delivery at the Servichem Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 106

On or about July 16, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. PROX105419, loaded with “Ammonia, anhydrous”, from Fort Saskatchewan,  Alberta, for delivery at the Servichem Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 107

On or about July 19, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. PROX030077, loaded with “Ammonia, anhydrous”, from Fort Saskatchewan,  Alberta, for delivery at the Servichem Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 108

On or about July 19, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. PROX105089, loaded with “Ammonia, anhydrous”, from Fort Saskatchewan,  Alberta, for delivery at the Servichem Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 109

On or about July 19, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. PROX105200, loaded with “Ammonia, anhydrous”, from Fort Saskatchewan,  Alberta, for delivery at the Servichem Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 110

On or about July 19, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. PROX105564, loaded with “Ammonia, anhydrous”, from Fort Saskatchewan,  Alberta, for delivery at the Servichem Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 111

On or about July 19, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. UTLX647954, loaded with “Diesel exhaust fluid”, from Courtright, Ontario, for delivery at the Servichem Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 112

On or about July 23, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. PROX105317, loaded with “Ammonia, anhydrous”, from Fort Saskatchewan,  Alberta, for delivery at the Servichem Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 113

On or about July 27, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. PROX033185, loaded with “Ammonia, anhydrous”, from Fort Saskatchewan,  Alberta, for delivery at the Servichem Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 114

On or about July 27, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. PROX105465, loaded with “Ammonia, anhydrous”, from Fort Saskatchewan,  Alberta, for delivery at the Servichem Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 115

On or about July 27, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. PROX105481, loaded with “Ammonia, anhydrous”, from Fort Saskatchewan,  Alberta, for delivery at the Servichem Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 116

On or about July 27, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. SRIX033909, loaded with “Ammonia, anhydrous”, from Fort Saskatchewan,  Alberta, for delivery at the Servichem Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 117

On or about July 30, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. PROX105225, loaded with “Ammonia, anhydrous”, from Fort Saskatchewan,  Alberta, for delivery at the Servichem Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 118

On or about August 1, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. NASX004408, loaded with “Sodium chloride (salt, common)”, from Amherst, Nova scotia, for delivery at the Servichem Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 119

On or about August 1, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. PROX105145, loaded with “Ammonia, anhydrous”, from Fort Saskatchewan,  Alberta, for delivery at the Servichem Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 120

On or about August 1, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. PROX105555, loaded with “Ammonia, anhydrous”, from Fort Saskatchewan,  Alberta, for delivery at the Servichem Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 121

On or about August 1, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. UTLX953326, loaded with “Ammonia, anhydrous”, from Fort Saskatchewan,  Alberta, for delivery at the Servichem Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 122

On or about August 5, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. PROX033196, loaded with “Ammonia, anhydrous”, from Fort Saskatchewan,  Alberta, for delivery at the Servichem Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 123

On or about August 5, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. PROX033266, loaded with “Ammonia, anhydrous”, from Fort Saskatchewan,  Alberta, for delivery at the Servichem Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 124

On or about August 7, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. NASX004385, loaded with “Sodium chloride (salt, common)”, from Amherst, Nova scotia, for delivery at the Servichem Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 125

On or about August 7, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. PROX030191, loaded with “Ammonia, anhydrous”, from Fort Saskatchewan,  Alberta, for delivery at the Servichem Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 126

On or about August 7, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. PROX033200, loaded with “Ammonia, anhydrous”, from Fort Saskatchewan,  Alberta, for delivery at the Servichem Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 127

On or about August 7, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. PROX105423, loaded with “Ammonia, anhydrous”, from Fort Saskatchewan,  Alberta, for delivery at the Servichem Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 128

On or about August 10, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. PROX105198, loaded with “Ammonia, anhydrous”, from Fort Saskatchewan,  Alberta, for delivery at the Servichem Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 129

On or about August 10, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. SRIX083147, loaded with “Ammonia, anhydrous”, from Fort Saskatchewan,  Alberta, for delivery at the Servichem Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 130

On or about August 13, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. ITWX033014, loaded with “Ammonia, anhydrous”, from Fort Saskatchewan,  Alberta, for delivery at the Servichem Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 131

On or about August 13, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. PROX105180, loaded with “Ammonia, anhydrous”, from Fort Saskatchewan,  Alberta, for delivery at the Servichem Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 132

On or about August 13, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. PROX105488, loaded with “Ammonia, anhydrous”, from Fort Saskatchewan,  Alberta, for delivery at the Servichem Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 133

On or about August 17, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. PROX033645, loaded with “Ammonia, anhydrous”, from Fort Saskatchewan,  Alberta, for delivery at the Servichem Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 134

On or about August 17, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. SRIX033902, loaded with “Ammonia, anhydrous”, from Fort Saskatchewan,  Alberta, for delivery at the Servichem Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 135

On or about August 18, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. PROX032146, loaded with “Ammonia, anhydrous”, from Fort Saskatchewan,  Alberta, for delivery at the Servichem Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 136

On or about August 18, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. SRIX033884, loaded with “Ammonia, anhydrous”, from Fort Saskatchewan,  Alberta, for delivery at the Servichem Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 137

On or about August 23, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. SRIX033889, loaded with “Ammonia, anhydrous”, from Fort Saskatchewan,  Alberta, for delivery at the Servichem Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 138

On or about August 27, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. PROX033350, loaded with “Ammonia, anhydrous”, from Fort Saskatchewan,  Alberta, for delivery at the Servichem Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 139

On or about August 27, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. PROX105273, loaded with “Ammonia, anhydrous”, from Fort Saskatchewan,  Alberta, for delivery at the Servichem Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 140

On or about August 27, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. PROX105327, loaded with “Ammonia, anhydrous”, from Fort Saskatchewan,  Alberta, for delivery at the Servichem Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 141

On or about August 30, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. NASX004404, loaded with “Sodium chloride (salt, common)”, from Amherst, Nova scotia, for delivery at the Servichem Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 142

On or about August 30, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. PROX105200, loaded with “Ammonia, anhydrous”, from Fort Saskatchewan,  Alberta, for delivery at the Servichem Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 143

On or about August 30, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. PROX105591, loaded with “Ammonia, anhydrous”, from Fort Saskatchewan,  Alberta, for delivery at the Servichem Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 144

On or about September 1, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. UTLX647954, loaded with “Volcanic ash, crude, or volcanic scoria, crude”, from Antonito, Colorado, for delivery at the Servichem Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 145

On or about September 1, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. UTLX647954, loaded with “Volcanic ash, crude, or volcanic scoria, crude”, from Antonito, Colorado, for delivery at the Servichem Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 146

On or about September 3, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. PROX033639, loaded with “Ammonia, anhydrous”, from Fort Saskatchewan,  Alberta, for delivery at the Servichem Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 147

On or about September 3, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. PROX033674, loaded with “Ammonia, anhydrous”, from Fort Saskatchewan,  Alberta, for delivery at the Servichem Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 148

On or about September 3, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. PROX105020, loaded with “Ammonia, anhydrous”, from Fort Saskatchewan,  Alberta, for delivery at the Servichem Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 149

On or about September 3, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. PROX105317, loaded with “Ammonia, anhydrous”, from Fort Saskatchewan,  Alberta, for delivery at the Servichem Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 150

On or about September 3, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. PROX105486, loaded with “Ammonia, anhydrous”, from Fort Saskatchewan,  Alberta, for delivery at the Servichem Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 151

On or about September 5, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. PROX105555, loaded with “Ammonia, anhydrous”, from Fort Saskatchewan,  Alberta, for delivery at the Servichem Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 152

On or about September 6, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. PROX105042, loaded with “Ammonia, anhydrous”, from Fort Saskatchewan,  Alberta, for delivery at the Servichem Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 153

On or about September 6, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. PROX105470, loaded with “Ammonia, anhydrous”, from Fort Saskatchewan,  Alberta, for delivery at the Servichem Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 154

On or about September 8, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. PROX105288, loaded with “Ammonia, anhydrous”, from Fort Saskatchewan,  Alberta, for delivery at the Servichem Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 155

On or about September 10, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. PROX105518, loaded with “Ammonia, anhydrous”, from Fort Saskatchewan,  Alberta, for delivery at the Servichem Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 156

On or about September 15, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. PROX030097, loaded with “Ammonia, anhydrous”, from Fort Saskatchewan,  Alberta, for delivery at the Servichem Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 157

On or about September 15, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. PROX105337, loaded with “Ammonia, anhydrous”, from Fort Saskatchewan,  Alberta, for delivery at the Servichem Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 158

On or about September 15, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. PROX105417, loaded with “Ammonia, anhydrous”, from Fort Saskatchewan,  Alberta, for delivery at the Servichem Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 159

On or about September 19, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. PROX105252, loaded with “Ammonia, anhydrous”, from Fort Saskatchewan,  Alberta, for delivery at the Servichem Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 160

On or about September 21, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. PROX105434, loaded with “Ammonia, anhydrous”, from Fort Saskatchewan,  Alberta, for delivery at the Servichem Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 161

On or about September 23, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. PROX105550, loaded with “Ammonia, anhydrous”, from Fort Saskatchewan,  Alberta, for delivery at the Servichem Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 162

On or about September 25, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. GATX223430, loaded with “Diesel exhaust fluid”, from Courtright, Ontario, for delivery at the Servichem Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 163

On or about September 25, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. PROX105127, loaded with “Ammonia, anhydrous”, from Fort Saskatchewan,  Alberta, for delivery at the Servichem Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 164

On or about September 26, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. NASX004387, loaded with “Sodium chloride (salt, common)”, from Amherst, Nova scotia, for delivery at the Servichem Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 165

On or about September 27, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. PROX105258, loaded with “Ammonia, anhydrous”, from Fort Saskatchewan,  Alberta, for delivery at the Servichem Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 166

On or about July 27, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. GATX024220, loaded with “Propane gas, liquefied”, from South Beamer, Alberta, for delivery at the Superior Plus LP facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 167

On or about July 27, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. PROX032055, loaded with “Propane gas, liquefied”, from South Beamer, Alberta, for delivery at the Superior Plus LP facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 168

On or about August 7, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CBTX784719, loaded with “Propane gas, liquefied”, from Evans City, Pennsylvenia, for delivery at the Superior Plus LP facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 169

On or about August 7, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. PROX032973, loaded with “Propane gas, liquefied”, from Evans City, Pennsylvenia, for delivery at the Superior Plus LP facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 170

On or about August 7, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. UTLX958038, loaded with “Propane gas, liquefied”, Evans City, Pennsylvenia, for delivery at the Superior Plus LP facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 171

On or about August 10, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CBTX784735, loaded with “Propane gas, liquefied”, Evans City, Pennsylvenia, for delivery at the Superior Plus LP facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 172

On or about September 25, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. GATX211928, loaded with “Propane gas, liquefied”, from South Beamer, Alberta, for delivery at the Superior Plus LP facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 173

On or about September 25, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. PROX032207, loaded with “Propane gas, liquefied”, from South Beamer, Alberta, for delivery at the Superior Plus LP facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 174

On or about September 25, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. PROX032768, loaded with “Propane gas, liquefied”, from South Beamer, Alberta, for delivery at the Superior Plus LP facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 175

On or about September 25, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. PROX036009, loaded with “Propane gas, liquefied”, from South Beamer, Alberta, for delivery at the Superior Plus LP facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 176

On or about July 1, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. DWC409422, loaded with “Woodpulp, not powdered”, from St-Felicien, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 177

On or about July 1, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. FBOX504352, loaded with “Woodpulp, not powdered”, from St-Felicien, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 178

On or about July 1, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. GTW406328, loaded with “Woodpulp, not powdered”, from St-Felicien, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 179

On or about July 2, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. COER173326, loaded with “Woodpulp, not powdered”, from St-Felicien, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 180

On or about July 2, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. GTW406370, loaded with “Woodpulp, not powdered”, from St-Felicien, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 181

On or about July 2, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. WC021627, loaded with “Woodpulp, not powdered”, from St-Felicien, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 182

On or about July 3, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CNA412417, loaded with “Woodpulp, not powdered”, from St-Felicien, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 183

On or about July 3, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. RBOX039752, loaded with “Woodpulp cellulose”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 184

On or about July 3, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. WC027557, loaded with “Woodpulp cellulose”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 185

On or about July 4, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CNA404459, loaded with “Pulpboard or fibreboard, paper or pulp lined or not lined”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 186

On or about July 4, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CNA404913, loaded with “Woodpulp cellulose”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 187

On or about July 4, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CNA405004, loaded with “Woodpulp cellulose”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 188

On or about July 4, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CNA405063, loaded with “Woodpulp cellulose”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 189

On or about July 4, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CNA405071, loaded with “Woodpulp cellulose”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 190

On or about July 4, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. RBOX033506, loaded with “Pulpboard or fibreboard, paper or pulp lined or not lined”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 191

On or about July 4, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. WC020464, loaded with “Woodpulp cellulose”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 192

On or about July 4, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. WC027101, loaded with “Woodpulp cellulose”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 193

On or about July 4, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. WC027243, loaded with “Woodpulp cellulose”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 194

On or about July 4, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. WC027314, loaded with “Woodpulp cellulose”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 195

On or about July 4, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. WC027481, loaded with “Woodpulp cellulose”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 196

On or about July 4, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. WC027504, loaded with “Woodpulp cellulose”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 197

On or about July 4, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. WC027732, loaded with “Woodpulp cellulose”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 198

On or about July 4, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. WC027784, loaded with “Woodpulp cellulose”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 199

On or about July 4, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. WC027797, loaded with “Woodpulp cellulose”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 200

On or about July 4, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. WC027934, loaded with “Woodpulp cellulose”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 201

On or about July 4, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. WC027935, loaded with “Woodpulp cellulose”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 202

On or about July 8, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. RBOX032957, loaded with “Woodpulp cellulose”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 203

On or about July 8, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. RBOX036179, loaded with “Woodpulp cellulose”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 204

On or about July 8, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. RBOX039737, loaded with “Woodpulp cellulose”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 205

On or about July 8, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. RBOX041220, loaded with “Pulpboard or fibreboard, paper or pulp lined or not lined”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 206

On or about July 8, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. RBOX042772, loaded with “Woodpulp cellulose”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 207

On or about July 8, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. WC027417, loaded with “Woodpulp cellulose”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 208

On or about July 8, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. WC027454, loaded with “Woodpulp cellulose”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 209

On or about July 10, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CN405914, loaded with “Woodpulp, not powdered”, from St-Felicien, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 210

On or about July 10, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CNA406190, loaded with “Woodpulp, not powdered”, from St-Felicien, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 211

On or about July 10, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CNA409306, loaded with “Woodpulp, not powdered”, from St-Felicien, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 212

On or about July 10, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. UCRY015857, loaded with “Woodpulp, not powdered”, from St-Felicien, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 213

On or about July 10, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. WC021597, loaded with “Woodpulp, not powdered”, from St-Felicien, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 214

On or about July 10, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CNA405096, loaded with “Woodpulp cellulose”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 215

On or about July 10, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CNA409314, loaded with “Pulpboard or fibreboard, paper or pulp lined or not lined”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 216

On or about July 10, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. WC021551, loaded with “Pulpboard or fibreboard, paper or pulp lined or not lined”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 217

On or about July 10, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. WC027402, loaded with “Woodpulp cellulose”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 218

On or about July 10, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. WC027533, loaded with “Woodpulp cellulose”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 219

On or about July 10, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. WC027760, loaded with “Woodpulp cellulose”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 220

On or about July 10, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. WC027903, loaded with “Pulpboard or fibreboard, paper or pulp lined or not lined”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 221

On or about July 12, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. COER173244, loaded with “Woodpulp, not powdered”, from St-Felicien, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 222

On or about July 12, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. COER173403, loaded with “Woodpulp, not powdered”, from St-Felicien, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 223

On or about July 12, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. DWC409400, loaded with “Woodpulp, not powdered”, from St-Felicien, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 224

On or about July 12, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. IC021020, loaded with “Woodpulp, not powdered”, from St-Felicien, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 225

On or about July 12, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. WC021545, loaded with “Woodpulp, not powdered”, from St-Felicien, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 226

On or about July 12, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. WC021586, loaded with “Woodpulp, not powdered”, from St-Felicien, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 227

On or about July 13, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CN405823, loaded with “Woodpulp, not powdered”, from St-Felicien, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 228

On or about July 13, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CN406562, loaded with “Woodpulp, not powdered”, from St-Felicien, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 229

On or about July 13, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. COER173299, loaded with “Woodpulp, not powdered”, from St-Felicien, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 230

On or about July 13, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. WC027062, loaded with “Pulpboard or fibreboard, paper or pulp lined or not lined”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 231

On or about July 13, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. WC027635, loaded with “Pulpboard or fibreboard, paper or pulp lined or not lined”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 232

On or about July 23, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. WC027874, loaded with “Pulpboard or fibreboard, paper or pulp lined or not lined”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 233

On or about July 24, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CN405905, loaded with “Woodpulp, not powdered”, from St-Felicien, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 234

On or about July 24, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. COER174029, loaded with “Woodpulp, not powdered”, from St-Felicien, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 235

On or about July 30, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CNA404913, loaded with “Woodpulp cellulose”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 236

On or about July 30, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CNA405004, loaded with “Woodpulp cellulose”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 237

On or about July 30, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CNA405063, loaded with “Woodpulp cellulose”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 238

On or about July 30, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CNA405713, loaded with “Pulpboard or fibreboard, paper or pulp lined or not lined”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 239

On or about July 30, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. NS473037, loaded with “Pulpboard or fibreboard, paper or pulp lined or not lined”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 240

On or about July 30, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. RBOX036971, loaded with “Pulpboard or fibreboard, paper or pulp lined or not lined”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 241

On or about July 30, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. RBOX038181, loaded with “Pulpboard or fibreboard, paper or pulp lined or not lined”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 242

On or about July 30, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. WC020464, loaded with “Pulpboard or fibreboard, paper or pulp lined or not lined”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 243

On or about July 30, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. WC027099, loaded with “Pulpboard or fibreboard, paper or pulp lined or not lined”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 244

On or about July 30, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. WC027243, loaded with “Woodpulp cellulose”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 245

On or about July 30, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. WC027341, loaded with “Woodpulp cellulose”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 246

On or about July 30, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. WC027374, loaded with “Pulpboard or fibreboard, paper or pulp lined or not lined”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 247

On or about July 30, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. WC027395, loaded with “Pulpboard or fibreboard, paper or pulp lined or not lined”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 248

On or about July 30, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. WC027408, loaded with “Woodpulp cellulose”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 249

On or about July 30, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. WC027504, loaded with “Woodpulp cellulose”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 250

On or about July 30, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. WC027537, loaded with “Pulpboard or fibreboard, paper or pulp lined or not lined”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 251

On or about July 30, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. WC027600, loaded with “Woodpulp cellulose”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 252

On or about July 30, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. WC027685, loaded with “Woodpulp cellulose”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 253

On or about July 30, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. WC027760, loaded with “Woodpulp cellulose”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 254

On or about July 30, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. WC027797, loaded with “Woodpulp cellulose”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 255

On or about July 30, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. WC027821, loaded with “Pulpboard or fibreboard, paper or pulp lined or not lined”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 256

On or about July 30, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. WC027888, loaded with “Pulpboard or fibreboard, paper or pulp lined or not lined”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 257

On or about July 30, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. WC027905, loaded with “Woodpulp cellulose”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 258

On or about July 30, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. WC027934, loaded with “Woodpulp cellulose”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 259

On or about July 30, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. COER173273, loaded with “Woodpulp derived from deinking of paper”, from Menominee, Michigan, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 260

On or about July 30, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. COER173310, loaded with “Woodpulp derived from deinking of paper”, from Menominee, Michigan, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 261

On or about July 30, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. COER173315, loaded with “Woodpulp derived from deinking of paper”, from Menominee, Michigan, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 262

On or about July 30, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. UCRY015825, loaded with “Woodpulp derived from deinking of paper”, from Menominee, Michigan, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 263

On or about July 30, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. UCRY015904, loaded with “Woodpulp derived from deinking of paper”, from Menominee, Michigan, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 264

On or about August 1, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CNA405737, loaded with “Woodpulp derived from deinking of paper”, from Menominee, Michigan, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 265

On or about August 1, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. DWC409404, loaded with “Woodpulp derived from deinking of paper”, from Menominee, Michigan, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 266

On or about August 5, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CNA405625, loaded with “Woodpulp derived from deinking of paper”, from Menominee, Michigan, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 267

On or about August 5, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CNA409371, loaded with “Woodpulp, not powdered”, from St-Felicien, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 268

On or about August 5, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. COER173193, loaded with “Woodpulp, not powdered”, from St-Felicien, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 269

On or about August 5, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. DWC409748, loaded with “Woodpulp, not powdered”, from St-Felicien, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 270

On or about August 5, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. IC021060, loaded with “Woodpulp, not powdered”, from St-Felicien, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 271

On or about August 5, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. UCRY015920, loaded with “Woodpulp, not powdered”, from St-Felicien, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 272

On or about August 5, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. WC021550, loaded with “Woodpulp, not powdered”, from St-Felicien, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 273

On or about August 7, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CNA404510, loaded with “Woodpulp cellulose”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 274

On or about August 7, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CNA404558, loaded with “Woodpulp cellulose”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 275

On or about August 7, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CV050011, loaded with “Woodpulp cellulose”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 276

On or about August 7, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. WC027259, loaded with “Woodpulp cellulose”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 277

On or about August 7, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. WC027433, loaded with “Woodpulp cellulose”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 278

On or about August 7, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. WC027461, loaded with “Woodpulp cellulose”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 279

On or about August 7, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. WC027663, loaded with “Woodpulp cellulose”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 280

On or about August 7, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. WC027686, loaded with “Woodpulp cellulose”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 281

On or about August 7, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. WC027781, loaded with “Woodpulp cellulose”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 282

On or about August 7, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. WC027798, loaded with “Woodpulp cellulose”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 283

On or about August 7, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. WC027857, loaded with “Woodpulp cellulose”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 284

On or about August 7, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CNA405617, loaded with “Woodpulp derived from deinking of paper”, from Menominee, Michigan, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 285

On or about August 7, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CNA406127, loaded with “Woodpulp derived from deinking of paper”, from Menominee, Michigan, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 286

On or about August 7, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CNA406228, loaded with “Woodpulp, not powdered”, from St-Felicien, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 287

On or about August 7, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. COER173417, loaded with “Woodpulp, not powdered”, from St-Felicien, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 288

On or about August 7, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. UCRY015893, loaded with “Woodpulp, not powdered”, from St-Felicien, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 289

On or about August 7, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. UCRY015921, loaded with “Woodpulp, not powdered”, from St-Felicien, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 290

On or about August 10, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CN406519, loaded with “Woodpulp, not powdered”, from St-Felicien, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 291

On or about August 10, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CNA405540, loaded with “Woodpulp, not powdered”, from St-Felicien, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 292

On or about August 10, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. COER173144, loaded with “Woodpulp, not powdered”, from St-Felicien, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 293

On or about August 10, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. RBOX036902, loaded with “Woodpulp cellulose”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 294

On or about August 13, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. BNSF726319, loaded with “Woodpulp, not powdered”, from St-Felicien, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 295

On or about August 13, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CN405798, loaded with “Woodpulp, not powdered”, from St-Felicien, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 296

On or about August 13, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. COER173414, loaded with “Woodpulp, not powdered”, from St-Felicien, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 297

On or about August 13, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. DWC409634, loaded with “Woodpulp, not powdered”, from St-Felicien, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 298

On or about August 13, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. FBOX505018, loaded with “Woodpulp, not powdered”, from St-Felicien, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 299

On or about August 13, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. GTW406482, loaded with “Woodpulp, not powdered”, from St-Felicien, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 300

On or about August 13, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. IC021059, loaded with “Woodpulp, not powdered”, from St-Felicien, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 301

On or about August 13, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. WC021601, loaded with “Woodpulp, not powdered”, from St-Felicien, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 302

On or about August 14, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. RBOX037523, loaded with “Pulpboard or fibreboard, paper or pulp lined or not lined”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 303

On or about August 14, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. RBOX041192, loaded with “Woodpulp cellulose”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 304

On or about August 14, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. WC027413, loaded with “Pulpboard or fibreboard, paper or pulp lined or not lined”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 305

On or about August 14, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. WC027427, loaded with “Pulpboard or fibreboard, paper or pulp lined or not lined”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 306

On or about August 14, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. WC027576, loaded with “Pulpboard or fibreboard, paper or pulp lined or not lined”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 307

On or about August 14, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. WC027628, loaded with “Pulpboard or fibreboard, paper or pulp lined or not lined”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 308

On or about August 14, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. UCRY015834, loaded with “Woodpulp, not powdered”, from St-Felicien, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 309

On or about August 17, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CEFX032715, loaded with “Gypsum rock or anhydrite rock, crude”, from McAdam, New Brunswick, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 310

On or about August 17, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. NRLX527163, loaded with “Gypsum rock or anhydrite rock, crude”, from McAdam, New Brunswick, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 311

On or about August 17, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CN405756, loaded with “Woodpulp, not powdered”, from St-Felicien, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 312

On or about August 17, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. COER173176, loaded with “Woodpulp, not powdered”, from St-Felicien, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 313

On or about August 17, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. COER173208, loaded with “Woodpulp, not powdered”, from St-Felicien, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 314

On or about August 17, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CNA406112, loaded with “Woodpulp derived from deinking of paper”, from Menominee, Michigan, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 315

On or about August 18, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CIGX802070, loaded with “Gypsum rock or anhydrite rock, crude”, from McAdam, New Brunswick, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 316

On or about August 18, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. NRLX527602, loaded with “Gypsum rock or anhydrite rock, crude”, from McAdam, New Brunswick, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 317

On or about August 18, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CN405797, loaded with “Woodpulp, not powdered”, from St-Felicien, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 318

On or about August 18, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CNA405729, loaded with “Woodpulp, not powdered”, from St-Felicien, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 319

On or about August 20, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CEFX032702, loaded with “Gypsum rock or anhydrite rock, crude”, from McAdam, New Brunswick, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 320

On or about August 20, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CEFX032707, loaded with “Gypsum rock or anhydrite rock, crude”, from McAdam, New Brunswick, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 321

On or about August 20, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CIGX801206, loaded with “Gypsum rock or anhydrite rock, crude”, from McAdam, New Brunswick, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 322

On or about August 20, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CIGX801207, loaded with “Gypsum rock or anhydrite rock, crude”, from McAdam, New Brunswick, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 323

On or about August 20, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CIGX801276, loaded with “Gypsum rock or anhydrite rock, crude”, from McAdam, New Brunswick, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 324

On or about August 20, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CIGX802067, loaded with “Gypsum rock or anhydrite rock, crude”, from McAdam, New Brunswick, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 325

On or about August 20, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CIGX802074, loaded with “Gypsum rock or anhydrite rock, crude”, from McAdam, New Brunswick, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 326

On or about August 20, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. NRLX527325, loaded with “Gypsum rock or anhydrite rock, crude”, from McAdam, New Brunswick, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 327

On or about August 20, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. NRLX527424, loaded with “Gypsum rock or anhydrite rock, crude”, from McAdam, New Brunswick, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 328

On or about August 21, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CEFX032700, loaded with “Gypsum rock or anhydrite rock, crude”, from McAdam, New Brunswick, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 329

On or about August 21, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CEFX032706, loaded with “Gypsum rock or anhydrite rock, crude”, from McAdam, New Brunswick, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 330

On or about August 21, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CIGX801205, loaded with “Gypsum rock or anhydrite rock, crude”, from McAdam, New Brunswick, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 331

On or about August 21, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CIGX802071, loaded with “Gypsum rock or anhydrite rock, crude”, from McAdam, New Brunswick, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 332

On or about August 21, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CIGX802072, loaded with “Gypsum rock or anhydrite rock, crude”, from McAdam, New Brunswick, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 333

On or about August 21, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CIGX802076, loaded with “Gypsum rock or anhydrite rock, crude”, from McAdam, New Brunswick, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 334

On or about August 22, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. GTW406337, loaded with “Woodpulp, not powdered”, from St-Felicien, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 335

On or about August 23, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CEFX032705, loaded with “Gypsum rock or anhydrite rock, crude”, from McAdam, New Brunswick, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 336

On or about August 23, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CEFX032712, loaded with “Gypsum rock or anhydrite rock, crude”, from McAdam, New Brunswick, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 337

On or about August 23, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. NRLX527248, loaded with “Gypsum rock or anhydrite rock, crude”, from McAdam, New Brunswick, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 338

On or about August 23, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. NS473035, loaded with “Woodpulp, not powdered”, from St-Felicien, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 339

On or about August 26, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CNA406142, loaded with “Woodpulp, not powdered”, from St-Felicien, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 340

On or about August 26, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CNA406232, loaded with “Woodpulp, not powdered”, from St-Felicien, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 341

On or about August 26, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CNIS413204, loaded with “Woodpulp, not powdered”, from St-Felicien, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 342

On or about August 26, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. COER173213, loaded with “Woodpulp, not powdered”, from St-Felicien, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 343

On or about August 26, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. DWC409760, loaded with “Woodpulp, not powdered”, from St-Felicien, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 344

On or about August 26, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. FBOX505559, loaded with “Woodpulp, not powdered”, from St-Felicien, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 345

On or about August 26, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. GTW406316, loaded with “Woodpulp, not powdered”, from St-Felicien, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 346

On or about August 27, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CIGX801208, loaded with “Gypsum rock or anhydrite rock, crude”, from McAdam, New Brunswick, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 347

On or about August 27, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CIGX802069, loaded with “Gypsum rock or anhydrite rock, crude”, from McAdam, New Brunswick, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 348

On or about August 27, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CITX300023, loaded with “Gypsum rock or anhydrite rock, crude”, from McAdam, New Brunswick, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 349

On or about August 27, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. NRLX527300, loaded with “Gypsum rock or anhydrite rock, crude”, from McAdam, New Brunswick, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 350

On or about August 27, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CNA404474, loaded with “Woodpulp cellulose”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 351

On or about August 29, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. NRLX527337, loaded with “Gypsum rock or anhydrite rock, crude”, from McAdam, New Brunswick, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 352

On or about August 29, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. NRLX527437, loaded with “Gypsum rock or anhydrite rock, crude”, from McAdam, New Brunswick, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 353

On or about August 29, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. WC027042, loaded with “Woodpulp cellulose”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 354

On or about September 1, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CEFX032714, loaded with “Gypsum rock or anhydrite rock, crude”, from McAdam, New Brunswick, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 355

On or about September 1, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CIGX802077, loaded with “Gypsum rock or anhydrite rock, crude”, from McAdam, New Brunswick, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 356

On or about September 1, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. NRLX527359, loaded with “Gypsum rock or anhydrite rock, crude”, from McAdam, New Brunswick, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 357

On or about September 4, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CIGX802075, loaded with “Gypsum rock or anhydrite rock, crude”, from McAdam, New Brunswick, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 358

On or about September 4, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. WC027062, loaded with “Woodpulp cellulose”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 359

On or about September 4, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. WC027628, loaded with “Woodpulp cellulose”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 360

On or about September 4, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. WC027777, loaded with “Woodpulp cellulose”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 361

On or about September 4, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. WC027788, loaded with “Woodpulp cellulose”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 362

On or about September 4, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. WC027844, loaded with “Woodpulp cellulose”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 363

On or about September 5, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. RBOX032188, loaded with “Woodpulp cellulose”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 364

On or about September 5, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. RBOX037523, loaded with “Woodpulp cellulose”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 365

On or about September 5, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. WC027443, loaded with “Woodpulp cellulose”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 366

On or about September 5, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. WC027564, loaded with “Woodpulp cellulose”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 367

On or about September 5, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. WC027714, loaded with “Woodpulp cellulose”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 368

On or about September 5, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. WC027808, loaded with “Woodpulp cellulose”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 369

On or about September 6, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CEFX032703, loaded with “Gypsum rock or anhydrite rock, crude”, from McAdam, New Brunswick, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 370

On or about September 6, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CNA405071, loaded with “Woodpulp cellulose”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 371

On or about September 6, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. RBOX031512, loaded with “Woodpulp cellulose”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 372

On or about September 6, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. RBOX033051, loaded with “Woodpulp cellulose”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 373

On or about September 6, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. RBOX037407, loaded with “Woodpulp cellulose”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 374

On or about September 6, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. RBOX040670, loaded with “Woodpulp cellulose”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 375

On or about September 6, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. WC027060, loaded with “Woodpulp cellulose”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 376

On or about September 6, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. WC027090, loaded with “Woodpulp cellulose”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 377

On or about September 6, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. WC027390, loaded with “Woodpulp cellulose”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 378

On or about September 6, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. WC027400, loaded with “Woodpulp cellulose”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 379

On or about September 6, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. WC027467, loaded with “Woodpulp cellulose”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 380

On or about September 6, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. WC027718, loaded with “Woodpulp cellulose”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 381

On or about September 6, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. WC027798, loaded with “Woodpulp cellulose”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 382

On or about September 6, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. WC027802, loaded with “Woodpulp cellulose”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 383

On or about September 6, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. WC027857, loaded with “Woodpulp cellulose”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 384

On or about September 6, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. WC027858, loaded with “Woodpulp cellulose”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 385

On or about September 8, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CNA405734, loaded with “Woodpulp, not powdered”, from St-Felicien, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 386

On or about September 8, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. GTW406431, loaded with “Woodpulp, not powdered”, from St-Felicien, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 387

On or about September 9, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CN405929, loaded with “Pulpboard or fibreboard, paper or pulp lined or not lined”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 388

On or about September 9, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CNA404850, loaded with “Pulpboard or fibreboard, paper or pulp lined or not lined”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 389

On or about September 9, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CNA405099, loaded with “Woodpulp cellulose”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 390

On or about September 9, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. WC027099, loaded with “Woodpulp cellulose”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 391

On or about September 9, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. WC027337, loaded with “Woodpulp cellulose”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 392

On or about September 9, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. WC027387, loaded with “Pulpboard or fibreboard, paper or pulp lined or not lined”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 393

On or about September 9, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. WC027391, loaded with “Woodpulp cellulose”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 394

On or about September 9, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. WC027571, loaded with “Woodpulp cellulose”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 395

On or about September 9, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. WC027587, loaded with “Woodpulp cellulose”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 396

On or about September 9, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. WC027676, loaded with “Woodpulp cellulose”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 397

On or about September 9, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. WC027725, loaded with “Pulpboard or fibreboard, paper or pulp lined or not lined”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 398

On or about September 9, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. WC027752, loaded with “Pulpboard or fibreboard, paper or pulp lined or not lined”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 399

On or about September 9, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. WC027922, loaded with “Woodpulp cellulose”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 400

On or about September 9, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CN406537, loaded with “Woodpulp, not powdered”, from St-Felicien, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 401

On or about September 9, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CN406540, loaded with “Woodpulp, not powdered”, from St-Felicien, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 402

On or about September 9, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CN406548, loaded with “Woodpulp, not powdered”, from St-Felicien, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 403

On or about September 9, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CN413630, loaded with “Woodpulp, not powdered”, from St-Felicien, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 404

On or about September 9, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CNA406148, loaded with “Woodpulp, not powdered”, from St-Felicien, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 405

On or about September 9, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CNA412352, loaded with “Woodpulp, not powdered”, from St-Felicien, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 406

On or about September 9, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. COER173206, loaded with “Woodpulp, not powdered”, from St-Felicien, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 407

On or about September 9, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. COER173313, loaded with “Woodpulp, not powdered”, from St-Felicien, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 408

On or about September 9, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. FBOX505224, loaded with “Woodpulp, not powdered”, from St-Felicien, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 409

On or about September 9, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. FBOX505918, loaded with “Woodpulp, not powdered”, from St-Felicien, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 410

On or about September 9, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. GTW406422, loaded with “Woodpulp, not powdered”, from St-Felicien, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 411

On or about September 9, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. IC021052, loaded with “Woodpulp, not powdered”, from St-Felicien, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 412

On or about September 9, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. IC021129, loaded with “Woodpulp, not powdered”, from St-Felicien, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 413

On or about September 9, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. UCRY015890, loaded with “Woodpulp, not powdered”, from St-Felicien, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 414

On or about September 9, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. UCRY015901, loaded with “Woodpulp, not powdered”, from St-Felicien, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 415

On or about September 9, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. UCRY015908, loaded with “Woodpulp, not powdered”, from St-Felicien, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 416

On or about September 10, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. IC021012, loaded with “Woodpulp, not powdered”, from St-Felicien, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 417

On or about September 10, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. WC027139, loaded with “Woodpulp cellulose”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 418

On or about September 11, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. WC027464, loaded with “Woodpulp cellulose”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 419

On or about September 11, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. WC027894, loaded with “Pulpboard or fibreboard, paper or pulp lined or not lined”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 420

On or about September 12, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. AOK409263, loaded with “Woodpulp, not powdered”, from St-Felicien, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 421

On or about September 12, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. COER173479, loaded with “Woodpulp, not powdered”, from St-Felicien, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 422

On or about September 12, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. FBOX505711, loaded with “Woodpulp, not powdered”, from St-Felicien, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 423

On or about September 12, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. IC021092, loaded with “Woodpulp, not powdered”, from St-Felicien, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 424

On or about September 12, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. WC021612, loaded with “Woodpulp, not powdered”, from St-Felicien, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 425

On or about September 15, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CNIS413204, loaded with “Woodpulp, not powdered”, from St-Felicien, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 426

On or about September 15, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. COER173273, loaded with “Woodpulp, not powdered”, from St-Felicien, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 427

On or about September 15, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. COER173288, loaded with “Woodpulp, not powdered”, from St-Felicien, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 428

On or about September 15, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. COER173310, loaded with “Woodpulp, not powdered”, from St-Felicien, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 429

On or about September 15, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. COER173488, loaded with “Woodpulp, not powdered”, from St-Felicien, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 430

On or about September 15, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. FBOX505559, loaded with “Woodpulp, not powdered”, from St-Felicien, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 431

On or about September 15, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. RBOX039265, loaded with “Woodpulp cellulose”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 432

On or about September 15, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. WC020346, loaded with “Woodpulp cellulose”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 433

On or about September 15, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. WC027886, loaded with “Woodpulp cellulose”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 434

On or about September 15, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. WC027941, loaded with “Woodpulp cellulose”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 435

On or about September 16, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. BCOL100318, loaded with “Woodpulp, not powdered”, from St-Felicien, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 436

On or about September 16, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CNA412670, loaded with “Woodpulp, not powdered”, from St-Felicien, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 437

On or about September 16, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. IC021030, loaded with “Woodpulp, not powdered”, from St-Felicien, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 438

On or about September 16, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. WC027461, loaded with “Woodpulp cellulose”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 439

On or about September 16, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. WC027548, loaded with “Woodpulp cellulose”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 440

On or about September 19, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. WC027573, loaded with “Woodpulp cellulose”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 441

On or about September 19, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CN405826, loaded with “Woodpulp, not powdered”, from St-Felicien, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 442

On or about September 19, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CN405936, loaded with “Woodpulp, not powdered”, from St-Felicien, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 443

On or about September 19, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CN406521, loaded with “Woodpulp, not powdered”, from St-Felicien, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 444

On or about September 19, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CNA406225, loaded with “Woodpulp, not powdered”, from St-Felicien, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 445

On or about September 19, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CNA412740, loaded with “Woodpulp, not powdered”, from St-Felicien, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 446

On or about September 19, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CNIS413555, loaded with “Woodpulp, not powdered”, from St-Felicien, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 447

On or about September 19, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. FBOX504570, loaded with “Woodpulp, not powdered”, from St-Felicien, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 448

On or about September 19, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. GTW406300, loaded with “Woodpulp, not powdered”, from St-Felicien, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 449

On or about September 19, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. GTW406406, loaded with “Woodpulp, not powdered”, from St-Felicien, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 450

On or about September 19, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CNA405005, loaded with “Woodpulp cellulose”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 451

On or about September 19, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. RBOX038040, loaded with “Woodpulp cellulose”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 452

On or about September 19, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. WC027030, loaded with “Woodpulp cellulose”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 453

On or about September 19, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CNA406233, loaded with “Woodpulp derived from deinking of paper”, from Menominee, Michigan, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 454

On or about September 19, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. COER173197, loaded with “Woodpulp derived from deinking of paper”, from Menominee, Michigan, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 455

On or about September 19, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. DWC409420, loaded with “Woodpulp derived from deinking of paper”, from Menominee, Michigan, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 456

On or about September 19, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. IC021051, loaded with “Woodpulp derived from deinking of paper”, from Menominee, Michigan, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 457

On or about September 20, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. GTW406420, loaded with “Woodpulp, not powdered”, from St-Felicien, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 458

On or about September 20, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. IC021085, loaded with “Woodpulp, not powdered”, from St-Felicien, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 459

On or about September 20, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. UCRY015830, loaded with “Woodpulp, not powdered”, from St-Felicien, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 460

On or about September 22, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CN405796, loaded with “Woodpulp, not powdered”, from St-Felicien, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 461

On or about September 22, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CNA405624, loaded with “Woodpulp, not powdered”, from St-Felicien, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 462

On or about September 22, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CNA405671, loaded with “Woodpulp, not powdered”, from St-Felicien, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 463

On or about September 22, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CNA406122, loaded with “Woodpulp, not powdered”, from St-Felicien, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 464

On or about September 22, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CNA409307, loaded with “Woodpulp, not powdered”, from St-Felicien, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 465

On or about September 22, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. WC021567, loaded with “Woodpulp, not powdered”, from St-Felicien, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 466

On or about September 25, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. CNA406195, loaded with “Woodpulp derived from deinking of paper”, from Menominee, Michigan, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 467

On or about September 25, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. COER173351, loaded with “Woodpulp derived from deinking of paper”, from Menominee, Michigan, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 468

On or about September 29, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. FBOX504692, loaded with “Woodpulp, not powdered”, from St-Felicien, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 469

On or about September 29, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. WC027099, loaded with “Pulpboard or fibreboard, paper or pulp lined or not lined”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 470

On or about September 29, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. WC027587, loaded with “Pulpboard or fibreboard, paper or pulp lined or not lined”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 471

On or about September 29, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. WC027689, loaded with “Pulpboard or fibreboard, paper or pulp lined or not lined”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 472

On or about September 29, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. WC027774, loaded with “Pulpboard or fibreboard, paper or pulp lined or not lined”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 473

On or about September 29, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. WC027788, loaded with “Pulpboard or fibreboard, paper or pulp lined or not lined”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 474

On or about September 29, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. WC027823, loaded with “Pulpboard or fibreboard, paper or pulp lined or not lined”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 475

On or about September 29, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. WC027894, loaded with “Pulpboard or fibreboard, paper or pulp lined or not lined”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 476

On or about September 29, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. WC027937, loaded with “Pulpboard or fibreboard, paper or pulp lined or not lined”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

Violation No. 477

On or about September 29, 2020 at the St Luc interchange (Montreal), the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CP) transferred the traffic of a continuous movement comprised of car No. WC027951, loaded with “Pulpboard or fibreboard, paper or pulp lined or not lined”, from La Tuque, Quebec, for delivery at the Trac-World Freight Services Inc. facility in Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, a point of destination located within a radius of 30 km of the St Luc interchange, at a different rate than the one established by the Agency, in violation of subsection 127(3) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10.

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