* Some traffic being rerouted via other railroads * CP bulletin says line closed at least until Wednesday * "Almighty whoosh" leaves tracks dangling VANCOUVER, June 22 (Reuters) - Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd is rerouting freight traffic, some via other carriers, after flooding on the Canadian Prairies damaged its transcontinental line, a spokesman said on Tuesday. CP had its tracks between Maple Creek, in southwestern Saskatchewan, and Medicine Hat, in southeastern Alberta, knocked ...
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