Pitt Meadows CP Expansion Project
Harris Road underpass going ahead
Increasing rail traffic is a concern for residents near rail line, local woman noted
Mar. 12, 2021 | Letter to the Editor: Diana Allen, Pitt Meadows
Long-time Port of Vancouver tenant West Coast Reduction is feeling the squeeze as a decision on Roberts Bank Terminal 2 remains up in the air.
Feb 19, 2021 | Derrick Penner | Vancouver Sun
Say the proposed CP Rail logistics yard takes ag land, and will impact farmers
Councillors vote to begin process to reclassify rail operations to reflect noise, pollution they bring
Jan. 21, 2021 | Rafferty Baker | CBC News
Deadline is Jan. 15 for feedback in first public consultation
Jan. 13, 2021 | Country Life in BC | by Peter Mitham
Dec. 17, 2020 A3 | Neil Corbett | Maple Ridge Pitt-Meadows News
CPR at public meeting of Pitt Meadows council
Pitt Meadows residents, council rally again CPR logistics park
Fire department will need more career firefighters and training: Larsson
Company announces plans for CP Logistics Park: Vancouver
22 Nov. 2020 | Joanna Marsh | Freight Waves
CP Rail and Maersk announce new agreement
CP Clarifies Timing and Nature of Consultation with Full City Council and CAO as December 1, 2020
At the Council Meeting on December 15, 2020, CP's Vice President, Jeff Edwards, provided clarification regarding the timing, nature and extent of their engagement with the full Pitt Meadows City Council in relation to the CP Industrial Logistics Park as December 1, 2020.
CP supporting Canada’s economic recovery with a transload and logistics hub on Canada’s Pacific coast; community engagement process underway for the CP Logistics Park: Vancouver
Pitt Meadows Council Meetings
Regular Meeting of Council Dec 15, 2020
Rail Transportation, Issues and Concerns
Mar 20, 2021 | Cathy Ellis | St Albert Today
CP Rail leaves mountain train parked without crew or handbrakes near site of deadly 2019 runaway crash
March 8th 2021 | James McCarten | Canada's National Observer
"Not only do we hear the engines humming, but some houses rattle because of the engines."
Mar. 6 2021 | Elisia Seeber | North Shore News
Owners of nine properties near Sicamous will pay for liability insurance at crossing
Feb. 19, 2021 | Jim Elliot
Feb. 15, 2021 | Dave Dormer | CTVNewsCalgary.ca Digital Producer
Feb. 13, 2021 | CBC News
Booms, bangs and bells: Edmonton residents fed up with new 24/7 train noise from CN Rail yard - Edmonton
Feb. 5, 2021 | Sarah Ryan | Global News
Nov. 21, 2020 7:00 am | By Brennan Leffler and Jeff Semple | Global News | YouTube Link
Mike Harcourt: Vancouver at a crossroads — support mega container terminals or home-grown agriculture?
Opinion: B.C.’s agricultural sector being sidelined to make way for a container terminal that is out of step with any notion of a sustainable city
Dec. 11, 2020 | Mike Harcourt
Multiyear rail contract and deal with Maersk to build transload facility at Vancouver is an example of CP working with a partner to develop CP-owned land
Tues., Oct. 20, 2020 | Joanna Marsh
Residents remain 'divided' over bypass route, reconstruction efforts, says mayor
With three CN Rail tracks just metres from their homes, Squamish Nation members living on the Eslhá7an reserve near Mosquito Creek are putting up with unacceptable levels of noise, pollution and health impacts, residents say.
Jul 1, 2020 | Brent Richter | North Shore News
6 months ago (approximately June 2020) | News | 7:44
CBC Investigates safety failures along Canada’s railways
Transport Canada needs to 'drop the hammer' on rail industry, top safety expert says
Allegations of coverup surround the February 2019 derailment near Field, B.C.
Two years ago, Canadian National Railway increased traffic on the Burrard Inlet Line to up to six trains a day.
Jan 23, 2019 | Cheryl Chan | Vancouver Sun
April 7, 2014 | CBC