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May 30, 2012

CN union members reach agreement

At one point during negotiations, the strike threatened to halt commuter and intercity passenger services, since CN shares line with passenger carriers in several Canadian provinces.


March 28, 2012

CN sells rail line segments to Canada's Metrolinx

GO Transit's Richmond Hill commuter rail service operates over a portion of CN's Bala Subdivision. Metrolinx is acquiring a segment of the subdivision as well as a segment of CN's Oakville Subdivision.


April 19, 2011

Rail Safety group to provide PTC support for CN

Services will include technical support and assistance for completion and submission of FRA-required PTC documentation and supporting evidence in support of system certification. RSC is performing similar services for several other freight and commuter railroad clients.


December 15, 2009

Metrolinx acquires ownership of CN rail corridor

Fills rail gap between the agency's east-west Union Station Rail Corridor in downtown Toronto, its Weston Subdivision in west-central Toronto and the northern segment of its commuter rail-line reaching Barrie.


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