They died for us, for their homes and families and friends, for a collection of traditions they cherished and a future they believed in; they died for Canada.
Attached is an electronic copy of the updated and approved TCRC
Bylaws in both official languages. Printed copies will be
distributed in due course to each Division, GC office, and PLB
Norfolk Southern's chilly response to CP
Canadian Pacific Railway's offer to buy U.S. rival Norfolk Southern is no sure thing, as the deal must meet numerous regulatory hurdles even if the management of both companies agree to go along.
Bombardier signs $1.5B deal with Quebec pension fund manager
Bombardier (TSX:BBD.B) said the deal concludes its review of options for the division, which sells subway cars and other mass transit systems. The company had considered spinning off the stake in a public offering and was rumoured to have been approached by Chinese railways.
BNSF engineer walks away from career over
“You’re never off-duty when you work at the railroad because you never know when you’re going to be called in,” he said. “After 10 hours of rest time, the phone can ring at anytime.”
Veterans join the initiative to aid the trucking industry
Teamsters' support for members of the Armed Forces does not end there. Teamsters Canada, along with the government of Alberta, are working to promote the Canadian Forces Liaison Council's mission to help roughly 26,000 Canadian Reservists reconcile their civilian and Armed Forces obligations.
Montreal railcars derail, hit home in east end
"At first I thought it was just an earthquake. But then there was the thud when it hit the building. We looked outside and there was a train car in our yard," Michael-Constantin Serbanescu said.
Canadians Choose Change
Rail Safety First and our goals are similar, explained Don Ashley. We’ve made representations to the Federal government and we’ve launched campaigns about rail safety to raise awareness in the population.
Help Us Make Mental Health Support In The
On Oct. 15 we will begin our journey to make mental health mandatory in the workplace and bring awareness to the stigma surrounding mental health issues across the country. We can’t do this alone – we need your help!
TPP: Taxpayers Will Once Again Bear the Cost
“Talks began ten years ago. The Prime Minister should have regularly reported on the negotiating process instead of keeping voters in the dark for years,” criticizes François Laporte, President of Teamsters Canada.
In Memory of Brother Mike Camara
Mike proudly served as President of TCRC Division 657 in Revelstoke and his efforts in that role helped make all of our lives better. The members Teamsters Canada Rail Conference wish to extend their deepest sympathies to the Camara family. We share your pain and loss.
ordered to correct alleged rail safety violation
Canada’s transport regulator has ordered Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd. to address a new alleged safety violation after it found the company was not doing a mandatory brake safety test on some of its trains in Western Canada, according to a letter obtained by Reuters.
TCRC Information Bulletin - Harper Targets
This is another step in the concerted attack on labour and its political allies by the Harper government, which has used back-to-work legislation to prevent work stoppages after collective bargaining stalled at Air Canada, Canada Post and Canadian Pacific Railway.
CP dealing with coal train derailment near
A Canadian Pacific Railway freight train carrying coal has derailed near the south-eastern British Columbia community of Sparwood.
CIRB Decision - Union Leave At CP
Please see the attached award from the CIRB that we received today regarding Union Leave and our complaint following our legal work stoppage. As you will read, the CIRB found that the employer did breach section 94(1)(a) of the Code.