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Canadian Grain Supply Chain

With an eye toward maximizing the value of the entire grain supply chain, CN continues to work on increasing our yearly grain export capacity, so we can make Canada's export grain supply chain stronger and more competitive year over year.

tonnes of grain
moved annually

Majority of grain
now moving under
commercial terms
Regulatory framework
needs to encourage
innovation &

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Essential Resources

We've assembled a toolkit of information you need to know about working with CN this harvest season. We're all in this together and we want to equip you with any and all information you need about working safely and efficiently with us.

From Farm to Table

Farmers, grain companies, country elevator staff, train engineers, port operators, vessel crews – it takes a lot of people to move grain.

Somewhere between farm and table are the people who make it all happen. Hear from farmers, railroaders and supply chain partners about how they keep grain moving – from seed, to shipping to destination.


GrainsConnect Canada announces a new grain terminal in Canada

Agriculture more
than ever

G3 Canada Limited
opens a grain facility
in Glenlea, MB

New G3 grain
facility to open
in Vancouver

Big business through
the Pacific Gateway 
in Canada

Viterra and CN celebrate new high-capacity facility in Ste Agathe, MB

Logos grain partners
Agriculture more than ever Agribition GrainCorp GrainsConnect AgNetwork

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