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CN Network Update

July 9, 2021

Following is an update from CN on network operations in Western Canada in relation to the wildfires in the Lytton, BC area.

Rail traffic crawls back to life in after B.C. wildfires halt trains

July 8, 2021

Rail cars carrying goods for export are finally starting to trickle back in toward Vancouver, after train movement to and from British Columbia’s west coast was largely halted in the past week amid wildfire damage on two main tracks.

British Columbia Wildfires Impacting Canadian Exports and Imports

July 7, 2021

Hundreds of rail cars have been halted by wildfires that damaged tracks in western Canada during the region’s severe heat wave, creating a bottleneck of exports and delaying imports.

CN Network Update

July 7, 2021

Following is an update from CN on network operations in Western Canada in relation to the wildfires in the Lytton, BC area.

All intermodal and carload traffic northbound and eastbound from Vancouver, as well as traffic inbound to Vancouver from east/north of Kamloops continues to be affected by this situation.

Wildfires bring train service to and from Canada’s Port of Vancouver to a stop

July 6, 2021

About 200 fires are currently burning across the province of British Columbia on Canada’s Pacific coast. Two-thirds of the fires are classified as out of control.

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