Canadian Pacific has announced the appointment of Keith Creel as president and chief operating officer. Hunter Harrison will remain chief executive officer of the company.
The 2012 CP Holiday Train program has a musical line-up that is sure to entertain people of all ages. Brothers Dube, Doc Walker, and Miss Emily will perform on the Canadian Train, while Tracey Brown and The Claytones are on the U.S. Train all to raise food, money, and awareness for food banks and hunger issues.
Canadian Pacific announced it will donate $1M to assist with Hurricane Sandy relief efforts. The donation will include $250,000 to the American Red Cross; $250,000 to the Mayor’s Fund to Advance New York City; and $250,000 to New Jersey Governor Christie’s Hurricane Sandy New Jersey Relief Fund.
Canadian Pacific announced the senior operations team who will lead the execution of the new service plans. Doug McFarlane is appointed Senior Vice- President U.S. Operations. Guido De Ciccio is appointed Senior Vice-President Canadian Operations. Scott MacDonald is appointed Senior Vice-President Operations (System). All three seasoned railroaders will report directly to President and CEO E. Hunter Harrison.
Canadian Pacific is proud to announce that the 2012 Holiday Train program will be riding the rails to raise money and awareness about hunger issues in Canada and the US, one stop at a time. Again this year, the two trains will visit over 150 communities - beginning their journeys in Beaconsfield, QC, and Scranton, PA. The 2012 Holiday Train schedule is now available on cpr.ca and Facebook.
Canadian Pacific Railway announced the appointment of Hunter Harrison as CP’s president and chief executive officer and a member of the Board of Directors.
The 2011 CP Holiday Train will again feature music for everybody in both Canada and the United States as it raises money, food and awareness for local food banks.
Canadian Pacific announced today that it has filed a Form 40-F/A with the Securities Exchange Commission (SEC)
Canadian Pacific today announced the investment of $100 million in North Dakota between 2010 to 2012.
Canadian Pacific has commended the Government of Canada for recognising commercial principles are the key to improving the overall performance of Canada’s supply chain, but cautioned that additional regulation for relationships outside of commercial agreements is completely unwarranted.
Rail operator Canadian Pacific has announced it has completed the filing of its Form 40-F with the Securities Exchange Commission (SEC).