July 1, 2015


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Oil plan DERAILED

Omnitrax cites controversy, other options for change of heart

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About 700,000 tonnes of grain are expected to be shipped through the Port of Churchill this year, offering Omnitrax an alternative to hauling oil along its rail line.

Submitted photo About 700,000 tonnes of grain are expected to be shipped through the Port of Churchill this year, offering Omnitrax an alternative to hauling oil along its rail line.

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