The House | Jan 11, 2014 | 48:29

Raitt discusses new rules for transport of dangerous goods by rail

This week on The House, we ask Transport Minister Lisa Raitt and NDP Transport Critic Olivia Chow if new rail safety regulations are enough. Also, Ontario Finance Minister Charles Sousa on his brewing budget battle with the federal government.

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