Teamsters Canada participates in a town hall meeting on rail safety

Toronto, May 28, 2015 — Don Ashley, the National Legislative Director for the Teamsters Canada Rail Conference (TCRC), participated yesterday in a town hall meeting organized by Rail Safety First in Toronto. In addition...

MEDIA ADVISORY – Press conference of the Teamsters Union about the strike at Canadian...

The Teamsters Union will meet the press at 12:30 today at the Press Gallery in the Parliament building. Doug Finnson, Vice-President of Teamsters Canada Rail Conference and chief negotiator, as well as Benoit Brunet, negotiator, will be available to answer questions from the media about the strike at Canadian Pacific and the back-to-work legislation.

Teamsters on strike at Canadian Pacific

One major issue is fatigue management and the necessity to implement broad based and effective fatigue countermeasures for the rail workers.

Locomotive Voice and Video Recorders: Yes say the Teamsters, subject to certain conditions

The Teamsters Union fears that the rail industry’s proposal, namely CP, will create a dangerous precedent and open the door to abuse by rail carriers.

Teamsters Membership Authorize Strike Action at CP

The membership have voted 93% in favour of taking strike action in order to obtain a negotiated settlement with Canadian Pacific Railway.

Negotiations at VIA Rail: The Teamsters Union and the employer have requested a conciliator

As with the negotiations with CN, Teamsters Canada Rail Conference officers’ goal is to prevent service interruptions.

Article from Financial Post – March 16, 2012 – Concerning Pershing vs. Fred Green

Over 90% of CP Rail shareholders want change at railroad: survey Scott Deveau Mar 16, 2012 – 3:34 PM ET | Last Updated: Mar 16, 2012 5:22 PM ET A new poll suggests as many as...

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.

Strike action against CP could have an impact on commuter train services in the...

Possible strike action against Canadian Pacific (CP) could have an impact on commuter train services in the Montréal area.

Canadian Pacific employees put an end to their strike

One major issue was fatigue management and the necessity to implement broad based and effective fatigue countermeasures for the rail workers.