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The latest one , at CP Rails Alyth yard in the center of the city on Sept. 11, has focused attention on the efforts for several years now by residents of the adjoining Inglewood neighbourhood to restrict noise and air pollution emanating from the large, locomotive repair operations at the yard and the overall increases in rail traffic, including oil trains. In early August, the Canadian Transportation Agency ordered CP to move its locomotive repair to a more distant section of Alyth and to curb its overnight work. But when the Sept 11 derailment occurred, residents mounted a protest at the entrance to Alyth to voice additional concern over the danger of oil train movements. The rail company responded to all this, with a vengeance. On Sept 19, it announced it will move its locomotive repair operations from Alyth altogether. It did not consult or notify the workers union, Unifor. Nor were the Inglewood residents or City of Calgary informed. CP is not saying where the work will be moved. The citys mayor, Naheed Nenshi, has joined the union and residents in complaining about the lack of information and consultation coming from CP. The Inglewood Community Association has welcomed the announced move of locomotive repair out of Alyth.
The airline later refused to pay more compensationbecauseit didn’t have to start paying the mandatory higher rates until Sept.18. Its just wrongand I want people to know this is how they operate, said Monique. Bags didn’t arrive Getting out on the later flight didnt end the couples hassles. They managed to connect with their family, but their bags didnt arrive with them. Lee had packed his keys, so they had to leave their car at the airport. When we said we were bumped off of an Air Canada flight and explained the situation everyone just kind of went Oh yeah and they totally understood. Which is kind of pathetic and sad, said Monique. The couple’s bags were left behind in Calgary, when they got out on a later flight. The bags didn’t arrive in Nanaimo, B.C. until the next day. (CBC) The family was able to get into their home by using a key pad, otherwise they would have been locked out all night. When their bags showed up the next day, they were damaged.