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Wildcat Canadian rail disruption draws industry ire

Canada’s largest rail operator, Canadian National, has been wrestled into a system-wide stranglehold as an illegal blockade of railway tracks by Indigenous groups, and supporters, in solidarity against a contentious C$6.6 billion Coastal GasLink natural gas pipeline development from northeast British Columbia to the west coast intensifies.

Henry Lazenby in Vancouver, Canada
Illegal blockades of major stretches of CN's rail network threatens to bring the Canadian economy to its knees

Illegal blockades of major stretches of CN's rail network threatens to bring the Canadian economy to its knees

CN chief executive Jean-Jacques Ruest said late Thursday more than 400 trains were cancelled during the past week, calling it an "unprecedented ordeal". He said new protests were popping up at strategic...

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