Keeping our track and infrastructure to the highest safety standards is important to us. So is working closely with communities and municipalities to make sure, together, we grow our business in a way that improves local economies.
On this page, find more information on the latest projects that may be visible in your neighbourhood.
CP is planning to relocate its intermodal operations out of our current location at 39th Avenue in Edmonton. The new intermodal facility is proposed on a 240 acre site which will benefit multiple stakeholders and attract other investment in the area.
This intermodal facility will become a key location for the movement of goods between Edmonton and North American and global markets. Working together with your community, CP will aim for minimal disruption to the surrounding areas.
Edmonton Intermodal Facility project timelines:
In August 2015, Transport Canada (TC) officials witnessed a rafting company with a large group of people unloading rafts and walking across active railway tracks to access the lower canyon of the Kicking Horse River. Shortly after this event, TC directed Canadian Pacific (CP) to resolve the safety concern.
At that time CP began discussions with local community officials but talks stalled. As a result, CP requested to meet with stakeholders in Golden on April 22, 2016 to establish a short-term solution.
On March 7, 2016 Canadian Pacific Railway Limited and the City of Vancouver
announced that they have agreed to terms for the sale by CP of the Arbutus Corridor to the City.
If you have questions about the Arbutus Corridor, contact the City of Vancouver at 311 or if you are calling from outside of Vancouver, dial 1-604-873-7000.
Dangerous activity in Enderby
CP, City of Enderby and local RCMP advise residents of dangerous activity Canadian Pacific (CP), the City of Enderby and the Enderby RCMP are urging local residents to stop the practice of leaving or accessing Hwy 97A by crossing CP property in the area of Bass Ave and Brickyard Rd.
This practice, which takes place along the old Okanagan Subdivision, is not only trespassing on CP property but a serious public safety issue for those individuals electing to take this dangerous short-cut.
CP, the City of Enderby and the B.C. Ministry of Transportation are taking steps to curb this activity. Enderby RCMP and the CP Police Service (CPPS) will be monitoring the area and will conduct enforcement accordingly under the Motor Vehicle Act as well as the B.C. Trespass Act.
While CP no longer operates a rail line in this location, the property still belongs to the railway. Accessing this property is considered trespassing and people can be ticketed for these activities. No trespassing signs are posted along the corridor.
Residents who see unsafe or illegal activity are urged to call the Enderby RCMP at 250-838-6818 or the CPPS at 1-800-716-9132.
The CP project at Les Cèdres is currently part of a company-wide review of existing facilities. As a result of this extensive review, there has been no firm timeline set for the discussion of plans at this site. We remain committed to informing all interested parties about the status of the Les Cèdres project, and about our operations in the municipality.
In 2013, K+S Potash Canada announced a long-term agreement with CP to serve as the exclusive rail carrier of potash bound for international markets through Port Moody on BC's west coast and the United States domestic market.
CP has completed construction of a 30 km rail line linking the K+S mine site to existing CP tracks near Belle Plaine, SK to serve the K+S Potash Canada Legacy Project.
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