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VIA Rail has cancelled four trains between Ottawa and Toronto on Monday and Tuesday this week due to an "operational issue impacting the infrastructure owner."
In a statement on Twitter, VIA Rail said that some trips on the Ottawa-Toronto and Toronto-Montreal corridor were cancelled, "due to operational issues impacting the infrastructure owner that are outside of our control."
VIA Rail trains #50, 40, 47, 645, 60, 668, 61 and 67 will be cancelled Monday and Tuesday.
The cancelled routes are:
VIA Rail's schedule shows four trains are still scheduled to depart Ottawa for Toronto on Monday and Tuesday, and four trains will run between Toronto and Ottawa.
This article first appeared on ottawa.ctvnews.ca
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