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Xavier-Barsalou-Duval MP, Harry Gow, Sylvie Bérubé and colleagues meet at the House of Commons to discuss Northern Quebec passenger train services
Apr 13

Northern Quebec report presented on Parliament Hill

By Harry Gow | Events , Intercity Rail and Bus , Quebec

At the invitation of Xavier-Barsalou-Duval MP, Transport critic for the Bloc Québécois and representative for the riding of Pierre-Boucher—Les Patriotes—Verchères, Transport Action Canada President Emeritus Harry Gow gave a presentation of the report Une stratégie pour le transport ferroviaire dans le Nord-du Québec to three federal MPs on April 11, 2024 at the House of Commons in […]

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Nov 07

Québec City tramway facing headwinds

By Harry Gow | Urban Transit

Preparatory groundworks have already begun for the Québec City tramway, with crews moving underground utilities to make way for the planned light rail line. That work has not silenced detractors, with Premier Legault making cryptic comments about the cost of the tramway, and Minister of Transport Geneviève Guilbault implying that federal support for the project, at […]

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Apr 22

Transit-dedicated Third Link tunnel a courageous decision for Québec City

By Harry Gow | Quebec

Taking a transit-first approach to mobility is increasingly common in large cities around the world, but is still considered politically courageous in North America. Therefore, Transport Action Canada welcomes the Québec government’s decision to cancel the multi-lane superhighway portion of the proposed Third Link (troisième lien) tunnel under the St. Lawrence River, between Québec City […]

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