The Transportation Safety Board of Canada (TSB) is an independent agency that advances transportation safety by investigating occurrences in the air, marine, pipeline and rail modes of transportation.


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27 February 2024

Broken wheel led to a sudden break in rail and subsequent train derailment near Floods, British Columbia

20 February 2024

TSB releases preliminary 2023 transportation occurrence statistics

17 February 2024

TSB deploys a team of investigators following a train derailment near Field, British Columbia


Main-track train derailment, Canadian National Railway Company, Freight train J60352-12, Mile 44.4, Yale Subdivision, Floods, British Columbia, 14 September 2020
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Collision with terrain, Great Slave Helicopters 2018 Ltd., Airbus Helicopters AS350 B2 (helicopter), C-FYDA, Griffith Island, Nunavut, 25 April 2021
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Non–main-track derailment, Canadian National Railway Company, Train M32621-11, Mile QM 192.1, CSX Transportation Montreal Subdivision, Near Huntingdon, Quebec, 11 December 2022
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Capsizing, Rescue boat 1864, Off Île au Diable, Montréal, Quebec, 17 October 2021
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Loss of control and collision with terrain, AFS Aerial Photography Inc., Cessna 152, C-GRCA, Claresholm Industrial Aerodrome (CEJ4), Alberta, 28 August 2023
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Loss of life, Cargo vessel Polar Prince and submersible Titan, 325 NM SSE Cape Race, Newfoundland and Labrador, 18 June 2023
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Loss of life, Cargo vessel Polar Prince and submersible Titan, 325 NM SSE Cape Race, Newfoundland and Labrador, 18 June 2023
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Fire aboard container vessel, ZIM Kingston, Constance Bank, British Columbia, 23 October 2021
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Loss of control and collision with terrain, Diamond Aircraft DA-42 N591ER, London International Airport, Ontario, 25 May 2022
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Collision with terrain, Kestrel Helicopters Limited, McDonnell Douglas 369D (Hughes 500D) (C-GJLC), Port McNeil, British Columbia, 25 NM ESE, 6 April 2022
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