Quebec city councillour wants to help B.C. cities solve train problems
Air Date: Sep 27, 2016 9:00 PM PT
A Quebec city councillour is trying to get B.C. municipalities to sign on to a plan to deal with noise and danger issues stemming from railways crisscrossing through Canadian cities. Cynthia Lulham speaks to Robert Doane about the issue.
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