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Canadian Pacific announces third departure from board of directors since May

Canadian Pacific Railway locomotives work in the Calgary yard May 16, 2007. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jeff McIntosh

CALGARY - Canadian Pacific Railway (TSX:CP) says Tony Ingram has resigned as a director, the third departure from the CP board since the Calgary-based company's annual meeting in May.

As a result of the departures and the recent addition of Hunter Harrison as director and chief executive officer of the company, the nominees put forward by Pershing Square have a majority on the 14-member board of directors.

Ingram had been a member of two CP board committees — one that oversees safety, environment and operations and one that oversees management resources and compensation.

The company said it didn't intend to fill the vacancy created by Ingram's departure.

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