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This database contains all public Decisions, Determinations, Orders and certain interim Decisions made by the Canadian Transportation Agency since 1988. Some decisions are confidential and are not published.
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Corporation of the City of Cambridge and the Corporation of the City of Kitchener against Canadian Pacific Railway Company - authority to construct an at‑grade road crossing at mileage 7.40 of CP’s Waterloo Subdivision and for the apportionment of liability for the construction and maintenance costs of the crossing
INTRODUCTION  On August 28, 2015, Cambridge, on behalf of itself and Kitchener (applicants), filed the above application with the Canadian Transportation Agency (Agency) for authority to construct an at‑grade road crossing at mileage 7.40 of CP’s Waterloo Subdivision, and for the apportionment...
389-R-2016 | Decision | 2016-12-30
Canadian National Railway Company and Canadian Pacific Railway Company - determinations of the Maximum Revenue Entitlement and revenue for the movement of western grain by prescribed railway companies for crop year 2015-2016
SUMMARY  The Agency has determined CN’s and CP’s MRE and revenue for the 2015-2016 crop year as set out in Table 1. CN’s and CP’s revenues were both above their MRE and, as such, they are required to pay out the excess revenue and penalty, as set out in Table 1, to the Western Grains Research...
378-R-2016 | Decision | 2016-12-22
SUMMARY  Anne Rector filed an application with the Canadian Transportation Agency (Agency) pursuant to subsection 172(1) of the CTA concerning difficulties she experienced while making accommodation requests with VIA between 2000 and 2015 and the manner in which she was treated by VIA staff at...
379-AT-R-2016 | Decision | 2016-12-22
Canada Limited, which is a wholly-owned, federally-incorporated subsidiary of G3 Canada Limited (G3), owns an approximately 5.4 mile-long freight railway, known as the McNeill Subdivision, between Burstall and McNeill. G3 acquired 6970184 Canada Ltd. (6970184), a federal railway company...
376-R-2016 | Decision | 2016-12-21
SUMMARY  The Canadian Transportation Agency (Agency) considered whether Louise Bark is a person with a disability for the purposes of Part V of the CTA, and if so, whether the following constitute undue obstacles to her mobility: VIA’s lack of a formal policy to accommodate the needs of persons...
371-AT-R-2016 | Decision | 2016-12-16
Canadian Pacific Railway Company against SaskEnergy Incorporated and TransGas Limited - Application for authority to construct and maintain six utility crossings of the Belle Plaine Spur
INTRODUCTION  On February 26, 2016, CP filed an application pursuant to subsection 101(3) of the CTA for authority to construct and maintain six utility crossings of the Belle Plaine Spur, where CP will construct its railway line.  CP will cross the SaskEnergy Incorporated’s (SaskEnergy)...
355-R-2016 | Decision | 2016-11-25
Arnaud Railway Company (ARC) is the holder of Certificate of Fitness No. 97002, issued by the Canadian Transportation Agency (Agency) pursuant to subsection 92(1) of the Canada Transportation Act, S.C., 1996, c. 10, as amended (CTA), which permits ARC to operate a line of railway between...
2016-R-195 | Order | 2016-11-21
DETERMINATION by the Canadian Transportation Agency on whether the Canadian National Railway Company’s traffic destined to Thornton Yard, Vancouver Intermodal Terminals and traffic forwarded to the Southern Railway of British Columbia at New Westminster is an eligible movement under the Maximum Revenue Entitlement program.
SUMMARY  The Agency considered whether, for the purposes of CN’s MRE program, the carriage of grain traffic by CN to Thornton Yard or to VIT or traffic forwarded to the SRY at New Westminster (collectively the “Traffic”) is subject to the MRE.  In making this determination, the Agency...
336-R-2016 | Decision | 2016-11-01
Canadian National Railway Company - Determination by the Canadian Transportation Agency on whether Maximum Revenue Entitlement should include additional mileage for eligible grain movements to the ports of Vancouver, British Columbia and Thunder Bay, Ontario.
SUMMARY  The Agency considered whether, for the purposes of computing Canadian National Railway Company’s (CN) MRE, the mileage travelled by CN beyond Thornton Yard in Vancouver and Neebing Yard in Thunder Bay should be included in the calculation of its average length of haul (LoH) for the crop...
334-R-2016 | Decision | 2016-10-28
SUMMARY  This decision considers three issues.  The first issue is whether CN breached its level of service obligations with respect to EMI’s traffic. The Canadian Transportation Agency (Agency) finds that by not providing service to EMI at either RD-47 or [REDACTED], CN breached those...
CONF-11-2016 | Letter Decision | 2016-08-26