Canadian Arctic port and rail company pins hope for revival on oil exports.

Guardian: “Operators of Canada only deepwater Arctic sea port say they will “anchor” its future in the transport of crude oil across remote northern wilderness and polar bear habitat. The prospect of transporting crude oil for hundreds of miles on a rail line that buckles and bends with the unstable permafrost beneath, and then out to sea in the Arctic, has generated controversy in Canada.” “The country is still recovering from a horrific accident last July involving a runaway oil train.
The explosion in Lac Megantic, Québec, killed 47 people and turned the town into a fireball.
Now Omnitrax Canada, which owns the rail line to Churchill as well the port facilities at Hudson bay, said for the first time it sees crude oil freight as the future of Arctic shipping.”