Canadian Pacific Railway plans to be out of downtown Calgary by end of year

CALGARY — Calgary-based Canadian Pacific Railway will move all of its employees from its downtown headquarters at Gulf Canada Square to a new building at the company’s Ogden Yard in southeast Calgary by the end of this year, the Herald has learned.

Ed Greenberg, spokesperson for CP, said the main headquarters will be a two-storey, 214,000-square-foot building. There will also be three other smaller buildings on the property, which will house certain functions such as training and administrative services.

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Mayor wants to meet with CP CEO before continuing noise study on railway yard

The city’s noise study on the Canadian Pacific Railway yard near a residential neighbourhood is on the right track, but politicians haven’t made a decision to keep it going.

The Priorities and Finance Committee Tuesday decided to postpone a decision for two weeks, which will see the next phases of the noise monitoring continue pending Mayor Naheed Nenshi speaking with CP CEO Hunter Harrison.

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