News Archives: 2016
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Think climbing on railway property is safe? Think again.
With the warmer weather upon us, nothing beats heading out on a cycling adventure. But before you hit the road or the trail, please remember this rail safety tip and follow the Dos and Don’ts below:
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An authorized railway crossing is the only place where it’s legal for cyclists, pedestrians or vehicle drivers to cross railway tracks.
Thank you for help us make Rail Safety Week 2016 a success! Getting the rail safety word out across the country wouldn’t have been possible without your support and hard work!
Here’s to another year ahead of continuing to spread the lifesaving message of rail safety and working to reduce incidents across Canada.… Read More
We had some of our very valued partners weigh in on why rail safety is important. This is what they had to say.… Read More
Due to the size and mass of a train it can potentially destroy anything in its path—easily.… Read More
OTTAWA, April 29, 2016 – Operation Lifesaver (OL), Canada’s national rail safety program, today announced Debbie Young of Sydney, NS is the recipient of the Roger Cyr award for her railway safety efforts that have helped diminish crossing and trespassing incidents in Nova Scotia.… Read More