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Locomotive voice and video recorders: a sword
“The reality is that rail companies would use these recordings arbitrarily and that the already negative relations that prevail in the industry worsen considerably,”
CP appoints new directors to Board; announces resignation of Bill
Canadian Pacific Railway Limited (TSX: CP) (NYSE: CP) today announced changes to its Board of Directors, including the appointment of Jill Denham and William R. Fatt, and the resignation of Bill Ackman, effective immediately.
Notice of Election and a Second Notice Regarding the IBT Officer
The election of International officers is being conducted by mail ballot.
Notice of election... | Video of the officers forum...
Teamsters Canada Member Scholarship
The Teamsters Canada Member Scholarship was specifically created for eligible members who wish to continue their education in their current field or expand into a different industry. Our scholarships are meant to help our members afford tuition for post-secondary institutions and certificate programs.
General President Candidates Forum Live
Watch LIVE at https://facebook.com/teamsters or www.teamsters.org. The internet audience will be able to submit questions that may be posed to the candidates during the Forum.
Canada needs further rail safety reforms: Editorial
“The reality is that in this country we transport a huge amount by rail — hundreds of billions of dollars worth a year,” Transport Minister Marc Garneau told reporters earlier this week. “And you can’t do everything in one shot.”
Keystone’s death could mean record oil revival for Canadian railways
Keystone was the great hope for opening U.S. markets further to Canadian crude. Now that it’s dead, the railways are going to make not just a comeback, but transport more oil than ever before.
Ottawa to accelerate tank car phase out
Ottawa will retire the older DOT-111 rail tanker cars — the ones involved in the deadly Lac-Megantic tragedy — several months earlier than planned, The Canadian Press has learned.