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MONTREAL, Feb. 28, 2014 — CN (TSX: CNR) (NYSE: CNI) today closed the sale of a rail line principally used by Agence métropolitaine de transports (AMT) commuter trains between Deux-Montagnes and Montreal’s Central Station to AMT for C$97 million.

AMT, a government agency that reports to the Quebec Transport Minister, oversees public transport services in the Greater Montreal area.

AMT is acquiring CN’s entire Deux-Montagnes Subdivision, which runs from St-Eustache to the entrance of Montreal’s Central Station, including the Mount Royal tunnel, a rail corridor of 21 miles in total.

CN will retain freight operating rights over a portion of the line sold to AMT where freight customers are located.

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