The Misadventures of Bob: No surf spot shortcut is worth dying for

 

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Locomotive engineer: “I was blowing the whistle, but they couldn’t hear me”

“Locomotive Engineers are the kind of people that like to feel we have control. We control our train, and yet when an incident happens, we have no control at all.” —Steve Mitchell, retired locomotive engineer

Operation Lifesaver has embarked upon a series of interviews with railway employees to share with our readers the effects of an incident.Read More

The Misadventures of Bob: Portaging over the tracks can be a deadly trek

 

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DOs and DON’Ts near the tracks this summer

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A rail safety message from Bob: Steer clear of railway tracks and property!

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The Misadventures of Bob: BOB will never hang ten again

 

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Ernie Foster awarded 2014 Roger Cyr Award for outstanding contribution to rail safety

OTTAWA, June 23, 2015Operation Lifesaver (OL), Canada’s national rail safety program, today announced Ernie Foster of The Pas is the recipient of the Roger Cyr award for his railway safety efforts that have helped diminish crossing and trespassing incidents in Manitoba.… Read More

Rail safety DOs and DON’Ts for commuters

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