Delegates at the APAS annual meeting will discuss grain movement and wildfire concerns at the group’s annual meeting in Regina which opens Tuesday.
APAS president Todd Lewis says railway service issues have been raised again this fall.
He says there have been rail car supply concerns in several parts of the province.
“Sadly, it’s an ongoing situation,” Lewis said. “And it will certainly be on the list for discussion again.”
Wildfire losses in western Saskatchewan will also be among the issues discussed by the estimated 100 delegates to the APAS annual meeting.
The 3-day conference wraps up Thursday.