ST-LAZARE, Man. — Canadian National Railway says a leak from a derailed train carrying oil in western Manitoba has been contained, but some pipeline supporters believe the incident highlights the risks involved in shipping oil by rail.
CN said in a statement that 37 cars carrying crude left the tracks early Saturday morning near St-Lazare, just east of the Saskatchewan-Manitoba boundary.
A man in Gilbert Plains was stabbed when he answered a knock at his door on Tuesday night.
Manitoba RCMP say two males knocked on the door at around 11:15 p.m. and one of them stabbed the man in the upper body. The suspects then grabbed a small amount of marijuana from the home before fleeing in a vehicle.