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Canadian Pacific

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401 9 Ave SW - Ste 500

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Canada introduces train speed restrictions after second derailment in two months 13 February 2020

The Saskatchewan government has said that around 1.2 million litres of oil was spilt following the derailment of a Canadian Pacific freighter on February 11 – the second derailment in the last two months. Temporary speed limits on trains hauling dangerous goods have been announced after the crude oil freighter derailed and caught fire....

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Derailed train in Canada releases 1.5m litres of oil 11 December 2019

Canada’s Transportation Safety Board said the December 9 derailment of a Canadian Pacific Railway train in Saskatchewan involved the estimated release of 1.5 million litres of oil....

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Canadian Pacific found guilty over NZ explosion death and injuries 10 December 2013

In a ruling on December 10, Auckland District Court said Canadian Pacific Limited (CPL), a specialist piping contractor, failed to ensure the safety of its employees. Canadian mother-of-two Philomen Gulland died in the blast in Onehunga on June 4 2011 while working for Watercare, an Auckland Council-controlled organisation....

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Companies plead not guilty to charges over fatal NZ gas explosion 30 April 2012

Two companies have pleaded not guilty to five health and safety charges after a worker was killed in a tunnel blast last year. Canadian engineer Philomen Gulland was killed and six others injured in an explosion in the Auckland suburb of Onehunga on June 4, 2011....