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CNTL is Canadian National Railway's "In House" trucking operation. They offer local drayage and longer moves as required for CN's intermodal containers. The drivers are owner operators and the fleet paint code is based on that seen on CN's railway locomotives. High seniority operators do not have to paint their trucks in this code. The Toronto based trucks are numbers in the "BB" series. This is apparently an acronym for Broker- Brampton as Toronto intermodal operations are based at the Brampton Intermodal Terminal. Other CNTL trucks are numbered BV in Vancouver, BM in Montreal and BH in Halifax.
I took it several years ago. It is the previous paint scheme CN used before the "locomotive" scheme currently seen.

Here is CNTL Freightliner BB271 hauling a container in Oakville ON. November 2012.    
Here is a CNTL International on Highway 401 near Milton. - November 2015. CN buys TRANSX - On October 30 2018 CN announced it had purchased the TransX Group based in Winnipeg MB. They expect this will expand their intermodal operations particularly in the refrigerated sector. TransX will continue to operate independently. Here is a TransX city unit. - October 2018  

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