Ontario Advancing Northlander Service Restoration

Written by Marybeth Luczak, Executive Editor
Ontario Northland tweeted on April 10: “We are so pleased to share that the province of Ontario has released of an Updated Initial Business Case for the return of passenger rail to Northeastern Ontario! @fordnation @C_Mulroney” The Northlander Passenger Train—which ran between Cochrane, North Bay and Toronto—was discontinued in 2012, and is now under study for reinstatement.

Ontario Northland tweeted on April 10: “We are so pleased to share that the province of Ontario has released of an Updated Initial Business Case for the return of passenger rail to Northeastern Ontario! @fordnation @C_Mulroney” The Northlander Passenger Train—which ran between Cochrane, North Bay and Toronto—was discontinued in 2012, and is now under study for reinstatement.

The Ontario government on April 10 reported that it would invest $59.51 million (C$75 million) to reinstate Northlander passenger rail service between Toronto and Timmins.

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