High Speed Rail Reconsidered in Canada

Canadian officials will revisit plans to create a high-speed rail system connecting Toronto, Ottawa and Montreal.

"Dalton McGuinty of Ontario and Jean Charest of Quebec said they will spend $2 million to study the project and expect to have a report ready in a year. It will focus on the development of a high-speed rail system linking major cities such as Toronto, Ottawa and Montreal."

"The federal government has agreed to participate in the study, the premiers said, speaking at a joint news conference in Ottawa."

Full Story: Governments revive plans for high-speed trains between Quebec, Ontario

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