Friday, January 1, 2021

Industrial Development 2021 -- Canadian National Railway

Our quick reference and archive of items pertaining to the growing influence of Canadian National Railways across the Northwest and on the North Coast.

CN Rail website

Transportation Safety Board of Canada Deployment Notices

For items of interest on oil or propane by rail or regarding North Coast oil terminals potentially to be served by CN see our links below:

Oil Terminal Proposals
Liquid Propane Proposals
Marine Fuel Proposals

Other items of note about Canadian National service to Prince Rupert can be found below



October 20 -- CN Rail President and CEO Jean-Jacques Ruest to retire in January NCR


September 16 -- Guilty plea in Prince Rupert Court brings 2.5 million dollar fine for CN Rail NCR


August 16 -- CN makes use of longer trains to help alleviate 'bottlenecks' at western terminals including Prince Rupert   NCR


July 16 -- Resource, Transportation companies look to lend hand to Wildfire Support to affected communities  NCR
July 15 -- Wildfires making for transportation delays to Port of Vancouver, with some traffic redirected to Prince Rupert   NCR


June 3 -- A need for more dialogue the takeaway for Councillor Nick Adey following Taylor Bachrach's Town Hall on Rail Safety NCR


May 5 -- Federal transportation committee plans to hold hearings on rail safety


March 22 -- Comment Period ends tomorrow for CN Rail plans for new track construction  NCR


February  17 -- Rail safety concerns raised along the Northern BC rail corridor (video)
January 21 -- Northwest Environmental groups call for independent risk assessment on dangers of dangerous goods along CN Rail's Northern route  NCR

Our Archive from 2020 can be found here
Our Archive from 2019 can be found here
Our Archive from 2018 can be found here
Our Archive from 2017 can be found here
Our Archive from 2016 can be found here
Our Archive from 2015 can be found here
Our Archive from 2014 can be found here
Our Archive of items from 2013 and 2012 can be found here.

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