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CN Rail announced a donation of $100,000 to Shock Trauma Air Rescue Service during Canadian Western Agribition (CWA).

CN’s donation will be used for the operational needs in Saskatchewan. This will provide direct support to communities and stakeholders along CN’s network in Saskatchewan, where many CN employees live and work.

CN President and CEO Tracy Robinson said the service STARS provides often means the difference between life and death for those in urgent need.

“We, at CN, are proud to support the efforts of this outstanding team. As a former board member of STARS, I understand the important role this organization plays in the lives of so many communities, including Saskatchewan,” she said.

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