CN is proposing to build and operate a new intermodal hub in Milton, Ontario. The proposed Milton Logistics Hub is needed to serve an increasing demand for containerized goods in the GTHA—Canada’s largest population area and fastest-growing region—and to help local businesses in Milton and southern Ontario get their goods to and from critical markets.
We submitted an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) in December 2015, and the proposed Project is currently undergoing an environmental assessment by an independent joint review panel, under the Canadian Environmental Assessment Act, 2012.
More information—including a Project Update, EIS Highlights document, and a series of fact sheets regarding key studies—is now available on our website.
We want to hear from you
Community Consultation: September – October 2017
CN is committed to ongoing engagement with communities, local governments, stakeholders and Aboriginal groups, and finding ways to mitigate potential effects of the Project.
In September and October 2017, we will be seeking feedback on proposed mitigation measures for some of the key topics that we have heard about and assessed to date for the Milton Logistics Hub, as well as on potential community benefits that the Project could provide to Milton and Halton Region.
In addition to opportunities to provide feedback online, consultation meetings will be held in Milton, Burlington, Oakville, and Halton Hills. More information about the community consultation will be available in early September at cnmilton.ca.
We look forward to hearing from you.
The Milton Logistics Hub