It has taken the Manitoba government a long time to officially recognize the value of maintaining a railway network in rural Manitoba. The decision to contribute $615,000 in forgivable loans to the Boundary Trails Railway Company is to be applauded. This is a good fit with government policy to promote transportation that assists the province with greenhouse gas reduction. All the same, we wonder whether it is too little, too late. [email protected]
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