Nova Scotia floods cut off sole rail link connecting Halifax to rest of Canada

The devastating floods in Nova Scotia have taken out the Canadian National Railway train line that connects the port of Halifax to the rest of the country, disrupting services in the region with no word on when they will resume.

A Transport Canada spokesperson confirmed to Global News Monday that the sole rail line, which connects the provinces of New Brunswick and Nova Scotia, has been affected by heavy flooding. The spokesperson added that short-term goods movement can take place through road.

“Transport Canada is aware that a section of the rail line connecting Nova Scotia to New Brunswick has

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