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137.44-1.24 (-0.89%)
At close: 4:00PM EDT
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Previous Close138.68
Open137.37
Bid137.12 x N/A
Ask137.56 x N/A
Day's Range135.80 - 137.75
52 Week Range92.01 - 143.50
Volume2,258,189
Avg. Volume1,351,872
Market Cap96.079B
Beta (5Y Monthly)0.62
PE Ratio (TTM)27.21
EPS (TTM)5.05
Earnings DateOct. 20, 2020
Forward Dividend & Yield2.30 (1.66%)
Ex-Dividend DateSep. 08, 2020
1y Target Est119.89
  • GlobeNewswire

    Rail Safety Week 2020 – Be Rail Smart and help us prevent accidents and injuries at rail crossings

    CN encourages communities across its network in a joint safety effort to create awareness about the potential risks involved at rail crossingsMONTREAL, Sept. 21, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- CN (TSX: CNR) (NYSE: CNI) today launched its rail safety awareness campaign kicking off Rail Safety Week 2020 across North America. Rail Safety Week is September 21-27 this year and CN Police Service (CNPS) will be out in communities across CN’s network, in compliance with Covid-19 protocols, to raise awareness about the potentially devastating consequences of trespassing on rail tracks and disregarding rail safety signs and devices at level crossings. “2020 has been a challenging year for everybody, but it’s important to remember that the Coronavirus is not the only danger out there. As an essential service, railways have been an important part of most people's lives and the supply chain whether it’s transporting goods, for travel or for transportation. Each year more than 2,100 North Americans are killed or seriously injured in rail crossing and trespassing incidents. Rail safety is everyone’s responsibility, year-round. We’re asking everyone to keep this in mind, not just for this week, but throughout the year. ” \- Stephen Covey, chief of police and chief security officer at CNWith work patterns disrupted during the COVID-19 pandemic, CN reminds all drivers and pedestrians to be extra vigilant when using level crossings that they may not have used as frequently in recent months.“We ask people to stay alert, even at level crossings they are familiar with, stop and take the time look and listen for trains and please be patient and adhere to the signals and warning signs. Safety has been a core value at CN for more than 100 years and we want to continue to collaborate with the communities where we operate to reinforce a strong safety culture.” \- Stephen Covey, chief of police and chief security officer at CNRail Safety Week Activities Rail safety week activities will look different this year. However, CN’s efforts to get the rail safety message out will be stronger than ever. Rail safety never takes a break and, as proud neighbours, we continue to work with Operation Lifesaver, our communities and local authorities, CN Police Service officers and other CN employees to help prevent accidents and injuries at rail crossings, and ensure everyone’s safety on and around railroad infrastructure year-round.As a responsible global railroad that links communities to markets around the world, CN is taking all necessary steps to protect our employees, communities, customers, vendors and partners, in response to the unprecedented challenges associated with the pandemic. CN continues to invest into rail safety and this year, despite the pandemic, is inviting all the communities across its network to participate in activities, at a safe distance, to promote rail safety.Rail Safety is a Shared Responsibility Together with the cities, towns and Aboriginal communities CN serves, they have created powerful allies in promoting the rail safety messages in their communities. Last year, more than 200 communities across CN’s network signed resolutions or proclamations in support of Rail Safety Week.About CN Police Every year, CN Police Services respond to hundreds of events along CN’s network across eight Canadian provinces and 16 U.S. states. In addition to patrolling CN property, CNPS officers deliver rail safety presentations to schools, trucking agencies, bus operators and community organizations. By rolling out strategic educational initiatives and conducting targeted operations, CNPS aims to promote safe behaviours and increase awareness of rail safety. CNPS is committed to making CN the safest railroad in North America.For more information or an interview with CN Police, contact:Mathieu Gaudreault Senior Advisor Public Affairs and Media Relations (514) 249-4735 mathieu.gaudreault@cn.ca

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    RETRANSMISSION - MEDIA AVAILABILITY: CN Police officers available for media interviews during Rail Safety Week

    Be Rail Smart and help us prevent accidents and injuries at rail crossings as part of Rail Safety Week Sept. 21-27MONTREAL, Sept. 21, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- CN (TSX: CNR) (NYSE: CNI) is offering members of the media the opportunity to talk with uniformed police officers during Rail Safety Week, from September 21-27, about the importance of rail safety at crossings and the dangers of trespassing. Members of the CN Police Service will be available for media interviews throughout the week. Providing that social distancing be respected or in a virtual manner, we invite media outlets to contact CN to arrange onsite, in studio or on air interviews. The CN media relations team is also happy to offer visual elements for on camera interviews.CN will mark Rail Safety Week with a public awareness campaign aimed at reducing the number of collisions and trespassing-related accidents. Throughout the week, CN Police will conduct safety initiatives at commuter stations and railway crossings reminding commuters and motorists about the importance of safety at crossings and the deadly risks of trespassing on railway tracks and property.Media Contact: Mathieu Gaudreault Senior Advisor Public Affairs and Media Relations (514) 249-4735 mathieu.gaudreault@cn.ca

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    MEDIA AVAILABILITY: CN Police officers available for media interviews during Rail Safety Week

    Be Rail Smart and help us prevent accidents and injuries at rail crossings as part of Rail Safety Week Sept. 21-27MONTREAL, Sept. 19, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- CN (TSX: CNR) (NYSE: CNI) is offering members of the media the opportunity to talk with uniformed police officers during Rail Safety Week, from September 21-27, about the importance of rail safety at crossings and the dangers of trespassing. Members of the CN Police Service will be available for media interviews throughout the week. Providing that social distancing be respected or in a virtual manner, we invite media outlets to contact CN to arrange onsite, in studio or on air interviews. The CN media relations team is also happy to offer visual elements for on camera interviews.CN will mark Rail Safety Week with a public awareness campaign aimed at reducing the number of collisions and trespassing-related accidents. Throughout the week, CN Police will conduct safety initiatives at commuter stations and railway crossings reminding commuters and motorists about the importance of safety at crossings and the deadly risks of trespassing on railway tracks and property.Media Contact: Mathieu Gaudreault Senior Advisor Public Affairs and Media Relations (514) 249-4735 mathieu.gaudreault@cn.ca