MILTON, Ont. — The controversy over CN Rail’s proposed intermodal facility in south Milton may be heading to Ottawa under the leadership of the official opposition.
Canadian Alliance MP Diane Ablonczy (Calgary-Nose Hill) is scheduled to take a tour of the proposed site Friday, accompanied by members of Residents Affected by Intermodal Lines (RAIL).
Following the tour — which also includes lands north of Hwy. 401, where RAIL believes the facility would be better suited — Ablonczy will make herself available for a public question and answer period at the Grand Chalet (324 Steeles Ave.), from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Tickets to the later event — hosted by the Canadian Alliance Party, which includes a buffet lunch — cost $15 and are available at the door.
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