News Release

Announcing the Canadian Railway Hall of Fame’s newest inductees

For Immediate Release

Ottawa, ON – Canada is a country built on rail. Canadian railways’ wheels are always turning – moving people, goods, and Canada’s economy forward.

The Railway Association of Canada recognizes significant contributions to Canada’s strong and vibrant rail network with its annual inductions into the Canadian Railway Hall of Fame. Inductees for 2019 are:



“This year’s inductees speak to the people and technology that power Canadian rail,” says Janet Greene, chair of the Canadian Hall of Fame and Director, Outreach and Education, Railway Association of Canada. “The Hall of Fame pays tribute to those who’ve developed Canada’s railways into some of the world’s most formidable economic engines – ones that play critical roles in Canadians’ daily lives.”

For more on the Canadian Railway Hall of Fame or to nominate a railway leader for 2020, visit


About the Railway Association of Canada:

The Railway Association of Canada (RAC) represents more than 60 freight and passenger railway companies that move 84 million passengers and $310 billion worth of goods in Canada each year. RAC advocates on behalf of its members and associate members to ensure that the rail sector remains globally competitive, sustainable and, most importantly, safe. Learn more at

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