Dispelling the myth of railway ‘market power’

We should continue to build on a market-based system that has been the catalyst to a resurgent and successful rail industry in Canada.

Considerable competition exists between railways, other modes of transportation and between supply chains, writes Michael Bourque.

By Michael Bourque

PUBLISHED : Friday, June 12, 2015 6:55 PM

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