The Board of
Railway Commissioners for Canada.
Order no. 12685
|Friday, the 23rd of
September, A.D. 1910
|Re application of the Board of Trade of Kenora, Ont., complaining that rates charged by C.P.R. on inward freight traffic to Kenora from Port Arthur and Fort William, and on outward freight traffic from Kenora, are discriminatory in favor of Winnipeg.|
It is ordered that the company publish and file on or before Feb. 15, 1911, a freight tariff (or tariffs) placing the rates from Port Arthur and Fort William to all stations intermediate to Winnipeg upon the same relative scale, with due regard to mileage, as the rates from Port Arthur and Fort William to Winnipeg, and that on or before the said date the company publish and file a special
town tariff of rates on general merchandise distributed from the towns of Kenora and Keewatin.