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RAILWAYS - Regulation - Grain shipper’s access to rail cars

Tuesday, May 30, 2017 @ 8:42 AM  

Appeal by Canadian National Railway Company from a decision of the Canadian Transportation Agency determining that the appellant owed the respondent service at four locations under the Canada Transportation Act (Act). The appellant argued the Agency committed procedural unfairness and rendered an unreasonable decision due to the Agency’s failure to give effect to the doctrine of res judicata and its unacceptable interpretation of the relevant provisions of the Act. The respondent shipped oats on the appellant’s rail network. The respondent’s facility did not connect to any...