Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd. envisions a “transformative” remaking of its freight-rail business after an announced merger with Kansas City Southern Railway that will create the first U.S.-Mexico-Canada network.March 24, 2021
Canadian Pacific Railway posted higher net income despite slightly softer revenue in the fourth quarter, the Class I freight railroad announced Jan. 28.January 28, 2021
Canadian Pacific reported reduced second-quarter earnings that company officials said was a direct result of reduced freight caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.July 27, 2020
Canadian Pacific reported reduced first-quarter earnings April 21 as the railroad’s revenue was up 15.6% to C$2.04 billion compared with $1.77 billion in the same quarter a year ago.April 27, 2020
Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd. on July 16 reported record second-quarter revenues of nearly C$1.98 billion, a 13% increase from the $1.75 billion in 2018. Income also surged to $724 million or $5.19 a share, compared with $436 million or $3.05 a share in 2018.July 22, 2019
Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd. announced second-quarter revenues of C$1.75 billion, an increase of 7% from $1.64 billion when compared with the same period of 2017.July 18, 2018
More than 3,000 Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd. workers walked off the job, threatening a wider disruption in freight traffic and setting up the first major labor test for Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
Canadian Pacific Railway reported first-quarter revenue of C$1.66 billion and diluted earnings of C$2.41 per share April 18 as potential labor troubles loomed.April 18, 2018
The freight railroad industry began the earnings season on a positive note. CSX Corp. scratched out a small win and Canadian Pacific Railway easily surpassed year-ago levels as the industry continues to rebound in 2017.