The Canadian Transportation Agency has told OmniTrax that it has until Monday to show that they are complying with a recent order, or else.
The CTA ordered the Hudson Bay Railway, which is owned by OmniTrax, to start the process of repairing the rail link to Churchill by July 3rd.
The agency says however that their preliminary view is that HBR has failed to comply with the order, and that the CTA should establish specific deadlines for compliance steps.
A report from OmniTrax says that they issued a request for proposal to six pre-screened contractors on June 28th, though they have not commented on whether or not they have received any bids.
The CTA has said that the Denver-based Corporation is ignoring the fact that their order made it clear that financial circumstances do not release the company from its service obligations.