100,000 tonnes more than the previous record set in November thanks in part to the opening of the Port of Thunder Bay.
Revenues were up across all nine lines of business, although volumes dipped in key areas.
Revenues for energy, chemicals and plastics shot up 18%.
Full operations will resume May 31 across Canada.
A strike would affect freight and commuter services.
Says problems moving grain are “clearly the responsibility of the railroads.”
Accelerating shipments and transport goods up to 48 hours faster than CN Rail’s transit times to Detroit.