Why is the Canadian railway freight train company taking the train away?

A train that used to run between Toronto and Windsor has been replaced with a different kind of train that takes passengers from the city to the rest of the province.

The train from Windsor to the city of Montreal is a new model, which will run between Ottawa and Montreal, instead of Toronto.

It’s an upgrade from the existing Toronto to Montreal rail service, which runs on a single track.

It’s part of a $2.5 billion, two-year project to improve the existing railway infrastructure, including a new bridge to link Montreal to Toronto.

The bridge has not been built yet, but is being funded through a public-private partnership.

The bridge will be able to carry more passengers, and it will be safer, according to Transport Canada.

The new train is the first new model of train to be delivered in more than 20 years.

It also marks a significant milestone in the province’s railway industry, said John Worsham, a professor of transportation engineering at the University of Guelph.

“This is the culmination of years of work on our railway network.

It shows that we can build a more sustainable, environmentally friendly and cost-effective railway system.

And it shows that the public and private sector can work together to make sure that we are delivering the most sustainable, efficient, cost-efficient, and environmentally friendly railway system in the country,” he said.

It is the latest development in a decades-long battle between the federal government and the Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police over whether the rail industry is too heavily regulated, and whether its safety and environmental standards are adequate.

Last year, the federal Conservatives introduced a series of reforms aimed at increasing safety on the railways.

The Liberals have proposed to roll back some of the Conservative changes, including eliminating the requirement for a train operator to have a licence.

The government says it wants to keep track of the safety record of train operators, and has promised to take steps to ensure that they aren’t misused.

In a news release, Transport Minister Marc Garneau said the government has been “taking steps to better protect our railway networks and maintain public confidence in our railways.”