CN boosts spending by $100M on rail infrastructure

CN boosts spending by $100M on rail infrastructure

Published on April 22, 2015

MONTREAL (The Canadian Press) — Canadian National Railway plans to spend an extra $100 million this year to improve rail safety while it continues to analyze two significant derailments in Northern Ontario that hit its network in the past quarter....

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