Over-regulating rail is over-simplification: ways to improve Canada’s supply chain
The rail industry does not need more regulation. There is no need to fix what is not broken, and there is a significant risk of breaking what does not need to be fixed.
The railway industry is complex. It performs at its best in an environment that enables private investment, not regulation that stifles it, writes Marc Brazeau. Flickr photograph courtesy of Chris Toe Pher