CP’s Climate Change Statement
CP’s Evolving Sustainability Journey
Recognizing Exemplary Safety Behaviour at CP
Breathing New Life into Old Locomotives
Triumph on
the Turkey
River in Iowa
CP Officially Renames Station from Hobbema
to Maskwacis

CP is committed to supporting the transition to a low-carbon future by leveraging innovation, leadership and precision scheduled railroading across our operations and processes. In 2020, we further defined our strategy for mitigating climate change impacts, and set our intentions going forward.

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In 2019, we further strengthened our commitment to sustainability by formally defining our program, Sustainably Driven. Aligned with our corporate values, Sustainably Driven is centred on our commitment to safety, operational excellence and positive social impact.

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CP leaders proudly recognized the accomplishments of 16 employees and three CP health and safety committees, for outstanding safety behaviour at the inaugural 2019 Safety Awards for Excellence Gala, hosted in Calgary last September.

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CP is retrofitting previously retired locomotives with powerful and efficient heavy-haul locomotive platforms supported by upgraded engines. The upgraded engine systems are more efficient and generate less emissions.

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After severe flooding along Iowa's Turkey River in March 2019, damage to a rail bridge resulted in 400 feet of CP main line track falling into the river. In a remarkable 12 days, CP's Operations team replaced and elevated the missing bridge
and track.

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In June 2019, CP officially renamed Hobbema train station located in central Alberta to Maskwacis, in acknowledgement of the true heritage of the land and the tribes who originated on Treaty 6 territory.

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CP is committed to supporting the transition to a low-carbon future by leveraging innovation, leadership and precision scheduled railroading across our operations and processes. In 2020, we further defined our strategy for mitigating climate change impacts, and set our intentions going forward.

In 2019, we further strengthened our commitment to sustainability by formally defining our program, Sustainably Driven. Aligned with our corporate values, Sustainably Driven is centred on our commitment to safety, operational excellence and positive social impact.

CP leaders proudly recognized the accomplishments of 16 employees and three CP health and safety committees, for outstanding safety behaviour at the inaugural 2019 Safety Awards for Excellence Gala, hosted in Calgary last September.

CP is retrofitting previously retired locomotives with powerful and efficient heavy-haul locomotive platforms supported by upgraded engines. The upgraded engine systems are more efficient and generate less emissions.

After severe flooding along Iowa's Turkey River in March 2019, damage to a rail bridge resulted in 400 feet of CP main line track falling into the river. In a remarkable 12 days, CP's Operations team replaced and elevated the missing bridge
and track.

In June 2019, CP officially renamed Hobbema train station located in central Alberta to Maskwacis, in acknowledgement of the true heritage of the land and the tribes who originated on Treaty 6 territory.


Sustainability Across Our Network

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NOTE: CP’s network includes the railway lines of Canadian Pacific Railway Company and its subsidiaries: SOO Line Railroad Company; Dakota, Minnesota & Eastern Railroad Corporation; Delaware and Hudson Railway Company Inc.; Central Maine & Quebec Railway Canada Inc.; and Central Maine & Quebec Railway US Inc.

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