its actually been a result of changing hands in ownership. CN rail, formerly BC rail, has been privatized in a political movement to privatize everything in BC. The canucks are pissed because most of the new ownership is American as opposed to local within BC. The new ownership has disregarded the fact that it is simply not within the capacity of the tracks to run 120 cars, they were meant to hold 80-90 maximum. The new owners seem to want to push the limit as to how many cars can be run on the old tracks. It has nothing to do with the drivers being drunk, or with any other canadian stereotypes and in several accidents caused by the same company, numerous drivers have lost their lives. not to mention the demise of what historically has stood as the second most prolific fishery in the lower mainland (second to the fraser). not really something to joke about monk.