TEST_Canadian Pacific Railway Company

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TEST_Canadian Pacific Railway Company

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Description area

Dates of existence

1881-

History

When British Columbia joined the Confederation in 1871, it was with the promise of a railway connecting it to the rest of Canada within 10 years. By 1881, however, very little of the railway had been completed. The Canadian Pacific Railway Company was incorporated on February 16, 1881 to take over construction of the transcontinental railroad. They were granted land for railway use as well as other development and were given a new deadline: 1891.

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Related entity

TEST_CP Air

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hierarchical

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TEST_CP Air is owned by TEST_Canadian Pacific Railway Company

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TEST_CP Ships

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hierarchical

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TEST_CP Ships is owned by TEST_Canadian Pacific Railway Company

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