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    Time Table

    80Effective at 0001 Monday January 14, 2002Eastern Standard Time

    willingness to obey the rulesPat PenderVice President Transportation/Field Operations

    Doug McFarlaneAssistant Vice President Transportation/Field Operations

    Rick WilsonGeneral Manager Operations, Field Operations

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    We will be the preferred businesspartner in rail-based transportationservices.

    Vision

    Through teamwork, we willcreate value by delivering superiorcustomer-focused transportationsolutions.

    Mission

    1. Operate a safe andenvironmentally-responsiblerailway.

    2. Renew our business franchise andinfrastructure.

    3. Earn customer loyalty throughproduct and service quality.

    4. Profitably grow our business.5. Continuously improve productivity.6. Build an effective organization.7. Deliver competitive financial

    performance.

    Goals

    In all our relationships we willdemonstrate our steadfastcommitment to:

    Integrity/Trust - honesty, reliability,a positive belief in others We earn and maintain trust bydelivering on commitments to allemployees, customers, unions,communities and investors. We further our own intereststhrough collaborative behaviors. Our actions are consistent withour words. We recognize that people wantto do their best, and that we allcontribute to CPRs success.

    Respect - consideration for peopleand their overall well being We treat each other with respectand dignity. We support an open and honestwork environment where differencesare valued and all employees aregiven equal opportunity to contributeand develop. Through our commitment tohealth, safety and the environment,we strive for the well-being of all ouremployees and their families, andthe sustainability of the company.

    Values Drive for Results - positive resultsfor individuals, groups and the company We share a sense of urgency andpassion for excellence in the achievementof high quality results. In our decisions we balance the needfor short-term results with ourrequirement for long-term success. We follow through on commitmentsand ensure individual and groupaccountability. We take pride in ouraccomplishments and recognize thesuccess of individuals, groups and thecompany.

    Leadership Through Teamwork -achieving success through effectivelyworking together We achieve co-operation andteamwork across organizationalboundaries through open communicationand shared business objectives. We expect people to foster co-operation, commitment and trust. We develop effective partnerships forachieving success with all our employees,customers, unions, communities andinvestors.

    Improvement and Innovation -encouraging new ideas and continuousimprovement We foster an environment where newideas flourish. We encourage learning, initiative andcreativity. We focus on continuous improvementto meet and exceed the needs ofcustomers, employees and investors.

    Rob Ritchie, President & CEO

    Vision, mission, values and goals are all requirements for a successfulcompany. They are the description of where the company is headed,when we will know we are there, and how employees will work togethertowards reaching our destination. Every company has them, even ifthey are not always written down, or displayed on a computer screen.

    Vision, Mission,

    Values, Goals

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    Time Table No 80 - January 14, 2002

    TIME TABLE NO 80Taking effect at 0001 Monday January 14, 2002

    Governed by:Eastern Standard TimeEastern Daylight Saving Time beginning at ..................................................................... 0300 Sunday April 7, 2002Eastern Standard Time beginning at ........................................................................ 0100 Sunday October 27, 2002Eastern Daylight Saving Time beginning at ..................................................................... 0300 Sunday April 6, 2003Eastern Standard Time beginning at ........................................................................ 0100 Sunday October 26, 2003

    TABLE OF CONTENTSVision, Mission, Values, Goals ................................................................................................................................. 2Service Area Officers ............................................................................................................................................... 4Subdivision List and Map ......................................................................................................................................... 5Montreal OC - Rail Traffic Controllers ...................................................................................................................... 6Calgary NMC - Rail Traffic Controllers ..................................................................................................................... 7Operations Service Areas and Calgary Network Management Centre ................................................................... 8Subdivisions and Footnotes* .................................................................................................................................... 9Enhanced Trackside Radio System 2 Radio Instructions ...................................................................................... 70Standard Trackside Radio System 2 Radio Instructions ........................................................................................ 72Cartier Sub CTC Automatic Clearing and Local Control Instructions .................................................................... 74Instructions in the use of Auto-Normal Switches ................................................................................................... 75Clarification of Subdivision Footnotes .................................................................................................................... 76Southern Ontario Service Area Special Instructions ............................................................................................. 77Commitment to Safety, R&RA databases .............................................................................................................. 78Speed tables ........................................................................................................................................................... 79CPR Police Services EFAP Internet ................................................................................................................. 80

    * Subdivision Footnotes are indexed as follows:

    1. Hot Box Detector System2. Speeds3. Radio4. Equipment Restrictions5. Dangerous Commodities6. Centralized Traffic Control7. Occupancy Control System8. Automatic Block System9. Interlockings, Railway Crossings, Drawbridges and Junctions

    10. Whistle and Bell Restrictions11. Public Crossings at Grade12. General Footnotes13. Spurs and Other Tracks

    Time Signal - In the application of System Special Instruction to CROR Rule 1, a CPR approved time signal can be obtained by dialing:

    (416) 217-6796(613) 745-1576(514) 399-8999(800) 363-5409

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    Operating Officers

    Jim Presley Rick Wilson Scotty Robertson

    General ManagerOperations

    Engineering ServicesToronto

    General Manager OperationsField Operations

    Calgary

    General ManagerOperations

    Mechanical ServicesCalgary

    Henry Rubert Frank Peters Ron Jourdain

    Service Area ManagerEngineering Services

    Toronto( (416) 297-3006: RUB0002

    Service Area Manager Field OperationsToronto

    ( (416) 297-3002: PET0047

    Service Area ManagerMechanical Services

    Toronto( (416) 297-3108: JOU0002

    Mike Bilec Gerry Gionet Scott Nelson Matt Oliphant

    Manager Operations (Road)Windsor

    ( (519) 973-8001: BIL0010

    Manager Operations (Road)London

    ( (519) 660-2212: GIO0004

    Manager Operations (Road)Toronto

    ( (416) 297-3123: NEL0030

    Manager Operations (Yard)Toronto

    ( (416) 297-3073: OLI0009

    Dennis Curtis

    Manager Internal Short LineKawartha Lakes Railway

    Peterborough( (705) 745-1211: CUR0024

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    Time Table No 80 - January 14, 2002

    Subdivisions Page/Map Low mile High mile Miles

    Belleville ** 9 Smiths Falls Toronto 209.4

    Canpa 49 Obico Canpa 2.6

    Cartier * 35 Coniston Cartier 43.9

    Galt 41 Toronto London 114.6

    Hamilton 50 Brookfield East Guelph Jct. 63.9

    Havelock (KLR) 19 Mile 90.8 Kennedy 91.6

    MacTier 27 Osler MacTier 126.9

    Montrose 57 Mile 2.83 Brookfield 10.7

    Nephton (KLR) 21 Havelock Blue Mountain 20.0

    North Toronto 23 Leaside West Toronto 5.9

    Parry Sound * 32 MacTier Romford 121.7

    St. Thomas 61 Woodstock St. Thomas 33.6

    Union Station Rail Corridor 25 Mile 209.4 Belleville Sub Mile 1.4 Galt Sub --

    Waterloo 58 Galt mile 11.3 10.5

    Windsor 63 LondonCollege(24th St Detroit Ave).

    112.0(115.0)

    * Controlled by RTC Calgary

    ** Southern Ontario Service Area extends to mile 173.0 Belleville Sub.Track between mile 0.0 and mile 172.9 is under the jurisdiction of the Montreal Service Area.

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    Montreal Operations Centre - RAIL TRAFFIC CONTROLLERS1100 de La Gauchetire, PO Box 6042 Centre-ville, Room 115 Montral Qubec H3C 3E4

    Assistant Director OC Manager OC Assistant Manager RTC(514) 392-5300 (514) 392-5301 (514) 392-5340

    Rail Traffic Cont