CN Rail, are they still required to send scooters out to check the rails before a passenger or freight trains roaring down the track. Plaster Creek report
|And More NOT Burnaby 2014|
Has CN Rail already cut that scooter operators out of the mix, like their suggestion, their Threat, of removing operators from the lift spans in Burrard Inlet, even though Kinder Morgan is going to be quadrupling the amount of Crude Oil leaving from the east side of the Second Narrows Bridge, and coincidentally the same number of vessels, empty, coming in to Burrard Inlet.
A beaver was chosen as the railway's logo because it is one of the national symbols of Canada AND represents the hardworking character of the company.
The hard working nickel of Canada:
|de Havilland DHC - 2 Beaver|
|Five cent Canada Postage Stamp|
|Three cent Canada Postage Stamp|
|The original 'Canada Dry' logo Suggestion From Anon 9:27am|
CNRail???? they're the guys who stole our BC Railway for 990 years for a pittance of $990,000,000!!! Their Symbol: A Maple Leaf
Canadian National Railway or CN Rail has not been keeping up with the times where they continue to expand into the realm of double tracking, but not going the extra mile and "protect" the weight traveling atop the rail bed from pushing down and out < --------- >
Protesters now have a new weapon in the transport of Crude oil, Dilbits, LNG... Beavers!!! All they need, is TWO Beavers M/F, a wet area, plenty of nearby greenery and a railway forming one side of a dam.... helps. Current protest is happening near Government and Caribou, Burnaby
In the case of beaver "infested areas", rail companies now knowing that even one of the smallest creatures on Earth can bring down their mighty steel machines, should be required to build concrete retaining walls to hold their rails in place, down, sideways, ......a Capital U channel. Those construction activities would probably do more to harm the beaver and other wildlife in the wet areas, but they, the beavers, could be trapped, not for their pelts or their lives, but to be cared for .... like Hope for WildLife Society, and then returned to their natural habitat once the construction is completed.