The Board of
Railway Commissioners for Canada.
Order no. 12520
|Saturday, the 10th of
December, A.D. 1910
|Re application of city of Regina, Sask., under sec. 314 and 339 of the Railway Act, for order directing reduction in rates on classes 1 to 10 on goods shipped from Eastern Canada to Regina.|
Upon hearing the application at Regina and Winnipeg on Nov. 8 and 15, 1909, in the presence of counsel for the applicant, the Canadian Pacific, Canadian Northern, and Grand Trunk Pacific Railway Companies, the Moose Jaw and Winnipeg Boards of Trade being represented,
and upon the report of the Chief Traffic Officer of the Board,
it is ordered that the C.P.R. and C.N.R. publish and file new freight tariffs, to take effect not later than April 1, 1911, removing the discrimination at present existing in the tariffs to points in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, from Port William, Port Arthur and points east thereof, in favor of Winnipeg and other points in Manitoba, and against points west thereof, by reducing the rates from Fort William, Port Arthur and points east thereof, to Regina and Moose Jaw and other points west of the said favored points.