Canadian Pacific and the Canadian Signals and Communications System Council No. 11 of the I.B.E.W (IBEW), representing about 400 employees who maintain railway signal systems, today announced they have reached a tentative three-year collective agreement.
Canadian Pacific marks a significant milestone this year as it celebrates the 125th Anniversary of the driving of the Last Spike, which signaled the completion of Canada’s first transcontinental railroad. In celebration of this anniversary, CP today presented the first of its archives Legacy gifts to the Banff Whyte Museum.
Canadian Pacific today announced that the section of the CP main line east of Medicine Hat, AB that has been closed since June 18 is now open to traffic.
At approximately 21:00 on May 17 2010, an individual jumped from the Highway 22 overpass onto a Canadian Pacific freight train in Cochrane AB.
Canadian Pacific will host an Investor Conference in Calgary, Alberta on Wednesday, June 2, 2010. Investors and analysts will hear about the railroad’s current initiatives and strategy for continued growth.
The Board of Directors of Canadian Pacific Railway Limited (TSX/NYSE: CP) today declared an increase in CP’s next quarterly dividend to twenty seven cents ($0.27) Canadian per share on the outstanding Common Shares, from twenty-four and three quarter cents ($0.2475) per share.
Canadian Pacific Railway Limited (TSX/NYSE: CP) announced its first-quarter results today.
CSX Transportation, Inc. (CSXT) and Canadian Pacific subsidiary Delaware & Hudson Railway Company (D&H), have filed an application with the Surface Transportation Board (STB) for regulatory approval of a joint use arrangement that improves operating efficiency for both CSXT and D&H.
Canadian Pacific employees and trains will pause in silence to commemorate men and women who have been injured or have lost their lives in the workplace on Wednesday, April 28, at 11 a.m. local time.
Canadian Pacific Railway Limited today announced the appointment of Edmond (Ed) L. Harris to the position of Executive Vice President and Chief Operations Officer.
Canadian Pacific Railway Limited today announced it has reached a one-year agreement with Teck Coal Ltd. (Teck) for the transportation of metallurgical coal from their CP served mines in southeast British Columbia to Kamloops and Vancouver area ports for export.