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Grain Trains To Canada’s Port Of Vancouver Recover As Wildfires Rage

July 21, 2021

The number of grain-laden rail cars reaching Canada’s biggest port to be loaded on ships have doubled since last week, slowly clearing the gridlock caused by wildfires that are raging across five provinces and almost all the way to the Arctic Ocean.

Border reopening plan facing roadblock as thousands of border officials consider strike action

July 21, 2021

The federal government's plan to reopen the border to fully vaccinated U.S. citizens next month could be complicated by the threat of strike action.

This week, more than 8,500 Canada Border Services Agency officers — who have been without a contract since June 2018 — are voting on whether they're willing to walk out. 

COVID-19 and your Business: Issue 5 | COVID-19 et votre entreprise : Numéro 5

July 20, 2021

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CN Network Update - Wildfires in British Columbia

July 20, 2021

Following is a July 19th update from CN on network operations in British Columbia.

CN has removed all embargoes as a result of the Lytton fire. Our team remains vigilant in the province of British Columbia as many fires are still extremely active.

CN Network Update - Wildfires in British Columbia

July 15, 2021

Following is an update from CN on network operations in British Columbia.

CN continues to work closely with BC Wildfire Services and we have now been authorized to move a few trains westbound at this time. 

We are not at present running trains on the Lillooet line running from Vancouver to Prince George via Squamish.

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