Inside the oil shipping free-for-all that brought disaster to Lac-Megantic
(Source: Globe and Mail, December 2, 2013)
TORONTO — Long before disaster struck, the 5,900 residents of Lac-Mégantic had grown accustomed to the sight of large oil tankers rolling through their small, tightly knit community in the Eastern Townships of Quebec. A shortage of oil pipelines in North America had created a new kind of railway industry traversing the continent.
Full story: Globe and Mail
Monday, December 02, 2013
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