Jessica Corbett, staff writer
Amid worries of drinking water contamination, tankers looked as if they had been "thrown around like Legos"
Julia Conley, staff writer
"These increases are all the more shocking because our nurses, clerks, and...
Jessica Corbett, staff writer
Welcome to Quebec sign
Crossing at remote locations along the border, thousands have left the U.S. for...


Rail traffic is set to restart Wednesday in Quebec's Lac-Mégantic, five months after the derailment and explosion of a train carrying crude oil killed 47 people, spilled six million liters of oil and destroyed the town. The restart comes amidst ongoing disturbing revelations: Investigators say more, and more explosive oil spilled than was thought, clean-up crews are still fighting "a toxic villain (that) is on the move," and critics note oil companies are increasingly using rail to move their...