VIA Rail Service Cancelled Eastward From Toronto

(MONTREAL, QC) – VIA Rail Canada cancelled all trains for the latter part of Saturday, July 18, travelling between Toronto and Ottawa, as well as between Toronto and Montreal, in both directions. The cancellations were directly as a result of the derailment of a CN freight train east of Oshawa just after 2:00 pm.

VIA rail service resumed shortly after 10:00 am Sunday morning, although delays impeded travel due to imposed speed restrictions on the site and railway congestion.

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1 Comment on "VIA Rail Service Cancelled Eastward From Toronto"

  1. A good story would be when VIA rail put passengers on a bus that was to go to Windsor and ended up in Toronto guess the bus driver doesn’t know east from west on the map.

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