Lac-Megantic

First responders fight burning trains after a train derailment and explosion in Lac-Megantic, Quebec

Your morning five: Charges laid in Lac-Mégantic

Also: Ehud Olmert faces six years in prison
Lisa Raitt

Ottawa’s tin ear on energy policy

Why Canada is rushing to lead the charge on phasing out potentially dangerous crude-carrying rail cars
Hacking Conference

Top 5 stories at 5

Heartbleed Bug fears mount, 40 Lac-Megantic victims IDed, 2 stabbings, Trevor Linden and Prince George
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Jeff Rubin predicts disaster on Canada’s railways

The economist says a lack of pipelines and surplus of oil spells trouble on the rails
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Good news, bad news

The feds announce an important new law for rail safety, while Vancouver bans door knobs
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The unlearned lessons of Lac-Mégantic

Just months after the horrific train crash in Quebec, the rail industry is ramping up to carry even more oil
Don’t blame oil for the tragedy in Lac-Mégantic

Lac-Mégantic takes the first steps back to normal

The Musi-Café reopens as questions about cleanup continue
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Letters: ’One-man train crews are a penny-pinching move and not safe or productive’

Maclean’s readers on Lac-Mégantic, High River flooding and sick days
Unsafe at any speed?

Moving oil by rail: unsafe at any speed?

As Lac-Mégantic searches for a way forward, more troubling questions emerge