905-564-1511
Due to the once in 100 year rainfall, high waters and adverse weather conditions that continue to impact multiple segments of Canadian Pacific's rail line between Medicine Hat and Swift Current, CP train operations in this area remain suspended. A comprehensive plan is being executed, with trains being detoured over other railways and via our northern route. With the redistribution of crews, we are optimizing any available reroute and detour options to maximize throughput. Progress has been made in restoring some of the affected areas engineering and crews continue to repair the right of way. The Trans Canada Highway east of Medicine Hat remains closed. We continue to monitor the weather in all affected areas and will be sending further updates daily as the contingency plans and line restoration timing are updated. As shipment plans become available, the Customer Service Team will be providing updates. Further questions about the flooding or specific shipment problem resolution inquiries can be directed to our Customer Service Team at 1-888-333-8111.
 
IMPORTED FOOD REGLUATORY PROPOSAL
13.05.2011
NEW REGULATIONS FOR IMPORTED FOOD TO ARRIVE IN FALL 2011
Elimination of the 77YY and ITN Carrier Codes
28.03.2011
Elimination of the 77YY and ITN Carrier Codes CBSA has released guidelines for cargo and release processing once 77YY and ITN (itinerant) carrier codes are eliminated. These carrier codes will be eliminated on Friday, April 1.