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Blockades are unrelated to CN activities, but are harming supply chains
Environmental crews assessing impacts as 26 railcars derailed along the track in the Fraser Fort-George region
Service back to normal less than a month after strike, but big grain backlogs remain a concern for Western farmers
CEO of the Forest Products Association of Canada says chronic shortage of truck drivers is compounding effects of CN strike
Railway remained bullish about the coming year despite lower freight volumes, trade tensions and a sluggish global economy.
Earnings per share adjusted to the high single digits, down from predictions of low double-digit growth
Donation from CN will allow students to access real-time business data
U.S.-China trade war, poor economy are hurting freight volumes and revenue
First general session will be held in Milton, Ontario on June 19, 2019