Teamsters Canada, Active on all Fronts

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Teamsters 362 Files Application with Alberta Labour Relations Board for Amazon Fulfillment Centre Employees

Teamsters Local Union 362, which represents approximately 7,000 workers throughout Alberta and the Northwest Territories, has filed an application with the Alberta Labour Relations Board to certify a vote for union representation at the Amazon Fulfillment Centre in Nisku, Alberta. 

CN’s Locomotive Engineers ask for another 60 days

While negotiations are ongoing, we believe that more time is required to address the significant issues and concerns the TCRC is facing.

Funeral of Réjean Roy

The family will receive condolences at the funeral complex on Monday, August 28th from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. and from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. at Salon Darche, located at 7679 Taschereau Boulevard...

CP Rail: No strike or lockout until December 8

Teamsters Canada Rail Conference, representing all running trades employees at CP Rail, announced today that the parties have extended the agreement not to serve strike or lockout notice until Saturday December 8, 2007 to...

Keep Canadian Jobs in Canada – Its best for everyone.

Teamsters stand up for Timmins over Ring of Fire discovery   Local News Union wants railway workers to benefit from a new rail line to Timmins By Teamsters Canada news release / The Timmins Times The...

Statement on the Pittsburgh Synagogue Shooting

Saturday’s shooting at the Tree of Life Synagogue, which killed eleven people and injured six others, left me saddened and horrified...

Helping a Falsely Accused Trucker

Life threw Brother Alexander a curveball in 2016. Josh was driving back to Canada from Michigan on the last leg of an international run when he pulled over to get some rest before arriving at the border...

CP worker loses his life at work

A Canadian Pacific worker lost his life in the line of duty last night. The accident happened at the St-Luc rail yard in Montreal. Details are still sketchy but the Transportation Safety Board is likely to launch an investigation to shed light on this tragedy.

Airline Division update – May 21, 2004

This morning I was in attendance for a court appearance with all the Jazz and Air Canada unions and their counsel. As all of the unions have come to tentative agreements Air Canada...