CN Review Panel to Hold Orientation Sessions

The Review panel looking at the Milton Logistics Facility is holding a panel orientation session March 1, and 2 in Milton.  They have invited representatives of the federal, provincial and municipal governments to present their respective mandates and areas of expertise in relation to the project and its potential environmental effects. CN will be presenting on its regulatory role with respect to CN Police. The panel will question presenters regarding the role of their organizations in the joint review process. These sessions will not cover the proposed project and its potential effects on the environment.

The sessions will take place:

Wed. March 1 & Thurs. March 2
9:30 am to 3:00 pm

Members of the public are welcome to attend the session in person but will not be allowed to ask questions. Questions for the panel’s consideration can be submitted via email at:

The sessions will held at: Holiday Inn Milton, 2750 High Point Drive

About the Proposed Logistics Facility

Canadian National Rail (CN Rail) has plans to develop 400 acres in the south end of Milton for use as an Intermodal logistics facility.  They have faced opposition from local government, and citizens groups.  Under the railway act CN can build 100 yards to either side of the rail line, without planning permission.  It’s in the Tremaine Road, and Britannia Rd area.  Boyne neighbourhood is located on the north side of Britannia.   This area is expected experience the bulk of Milton’s residential growth.

Two groups lead citizens’ opposition: Milton Residents Affected by Intermodal Lines (Milton RAIL) and Milton Says No.  To learn more about the project visit the Town of Milton’s website.