The Transportation Safety Board of Canada has released its investigation report on the August 2021 freight train derailment near Moncton, New Brunswick.
The top news stories of the week ending Oct. 7.
Canadian National reported that a fire on a major bridge on the Grand Cache subdivision near Latornell, Alberta, has shut down rail traffic moving in and out of the Grand Prairie area until further notice.
A 151-car-long Canadian National train derailed just outside Detroit on Sept. 29.
Canadian National continues to announce rail maintenance plans for its network.
Canadian National has announced it plans to invest approximately $30 million in Tennessee in 2022.
Canadian National is at risk of losing its signal and communication people if neither side can agree to avert a strike.
While a subject like this is not within our normal purview of coverage, the unusual nature of it is worth reporting.
The top news stories RT&S was following the week ending May 6.
Canadian National has joined Canadian Pacific, Wabtec, and Kansas City Southern in donating to help Ukranian victims of the horrific war in their country.
It just took one lunch to put a bridge raising in motion in the town of Lafayette, Wis.
Over the past couple of years, RT&S has reported on Canadian National’s automated track inspection program.
Canadian National announced that it has appointed Tracy Robinson as President and Chief Executive Officer and as a member of its Board of Directors, effective February 28, 2022.
A vital Canadian National line in southern British Columbia is officially back on the grid.
CN received a top industry award for the McComb-Bonnet Carré Spillway Bridge replacement near New Orleans, Louisiana.
Canadian Pacific and Canadian National each donate $100,000 to Canadian Red Cross flooding relief efforts
Both Canadian Class 1 railroads suffered significant infrastructure damage from recent floods in the British Columbia region.
The supply chain has been choked for months, and a long drink of water is the last thing it needs.
After months of taking a beating from the Surface Transportation Board on it’s proposed merger with Kansas City Southern, along with a salvo of criticism and expression of interest in achieving a controlling interest in the railroad by TCI, a hedge fund based in the United Kingdom, Canadian National’s board of directors fired back today with a strongly-worded letter to shareholders and the investment community.
CN announced on October 19 that Jean-Jacques (JJ) Ruest will retire as president and chief executive officer and as a member of the Board of Directors of the Company, effective as of the end of January 2022, or such later time as a successor has been appointed to ensure a flawless transition.
Canadian National has joined the ranks of other companies that require employees to be vaccinated against COVID-19.