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Cliff Jamieson Canadian Grains Analyst
Thu May 15, 2014 05:02 PM CDT

I'm currently in the early stages of watching the online video of industry presentations to the Canadian Senate conducted on Wednesday as this government body takes their turn to explore the positives and negatives associated with Bill C-30, the Fair Rail for Grain Farmers Act prior to the act becoming law.

One key takeaway so far comes from comments made by Mark Hemmes, president of Quorum Corporation, an independent third-party charged with monitoring railway performance since 2001. While there have been some positives in terms of shipments in recent weeks, Hemmes suggests that the bumper crop of 2013-14 on the ...

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