Wednesday Jul 23
The Globe and Mail
Going once, going twice: Lac-Megantic's 'train from hell' goes to auction
The MMA locomotive that led the Lac-Megantic train is pictured going through Nantes, Que.
Quebec to invest $60M more in Lac-Megantic
The provincial government will invest an additional $60 million to compensate victims, rebuild the downtown area and revitalize the Fatima district in Lac-MA©gantic, announced Municipal Affairs Minister Pierre Moreau on Sunday.
The Toronto Star
Rail safety upgrades inadequate, critics say
Investigators look over tanker cars in Nantes, Que., that pulled away from the train that derailed and exploded in Lac-Megantic last year.
What we know and don't know about the Lac-M gantic derailment one year later
An older home sits close to the railway tracks that cut though the town of Lac-Megantic on Saturday June 28, 2014.
Amherst Daily News
Timeline: Lac-Megantic rail disaster began July 6, 2013, with unattended train
July 6: An unattended train with 72 tankers containing volatile crude oil came loose and rolled about 10 kilometres down a slope before jumping off the tracks in Lac-Megantic at 1:15 a.m. The derailment caused a series of explosions that launched towering fireballs into the air.