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Canadian Pacific ordered to correct alleged rail safety violation

September 12, 2015 | Reuters| Canada’s transport regulator has ordered Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd to address a new alleged safety violation after it found the company was not carrying out a mandatory brake safety test on some of its trains in Western Canada, according to a letter obtained by Reuters.

An inspector from Transport Canada told the company in the Sept. 3 letter that it had confirmed CP was not doing a required emergency brake test on trains originating in Moose Jaw, a town in the Canadian prairie province of Saskatchewan.

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