CN Announces Winners of Inaugural CN Safer Alberta Awards



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        DATE(S) OF FEED:        June 6th, 2008
        TIME OF FEED(S):        4:15 - 4:20 PM MDT
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    STORY SUMMARY: CALGARY, CN (TSX:CNF)(NYSE:  CNI) today announced the
winners of the inaugural CN Safer Alberta Awards, which honours community
groups and youth organizations for promoting safety in Alberta.
    The $10,000 award program presents the winners and runners-up in each
category with $4,000 and $1,000 respectively to support their safety
initiatives. John Dalzell, CN Vice-President, Risk Management, said: "At CN,
safety is a core value and an ongoing commitment to our customers, our
employees and the communities in which we operate.
    "We value and respect those who share our commitment to making Alberta
communities safe places to live and work. We are proud to honour the winners
of the 2008 Safer Alberta Awards."
    Dalzell made the announcement at Spruce Meadows, a world-class
show-jumping venue in Calgary, Alta.
    The winners and runners-up, and their recognized safety initiatives, are
as follows:

    
    -   Youth Winner: William E. Hay Composite High School Film Class;
        Stettler, Alberta
    -   Youth Honourable Mention: Highwood High School SADD Committee; High
        River, Alberta

    -   Community Winner: Strathcona County Safe Community; Strathcona
        County, Alberta
    -   Community Honourable Mention: Safe Community Wood Buffalo; Fort
        McMurray, Alberta
    

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