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CN fined $100,00

Judge Brain Daley handed down the fine in Fort St. John provincial court on March 24 along with a two-year probation order

CN rail has been fined $100,00 over the death of a Dawson Creek man in 2012. Judge Brain Daley handed down the fine in Fort St. John provincial court on March 24 along with a two-year probation order, after the company was found guilty last year of failing to ensure that employee health and safety was protected.

SENATE BETRAYS WORKERS

“Prime Minister Trudeau, we’re calling on you to keep your election promise by sending Bill C-4 back to the Senate in its original form,” said Francois Laporte. 

'They are scared'

"They are telling them, 'We're not ready. We're not qualified.' But the company and Transport Canada say, 'Oh yeah, we'll qualify them. Only 2 ½ months on the mountain? But what the hell.

 

CP cuts executive perks

In a regulatory filing, the Calgary-based company says it will place greater emphasis on safety and operating income to incentivize executives.

CP CEO After Years of cuts

Keith Creel says his top priority is to expand business but he acknowledges he faces deep employee unhappiness and a potential showdown.



Arbitration

Together we will continue to fight for the rights of workers through the legislative framework in Canada, through the negotiated Agreements in place.

Bursary Program

The Teamsters Canada Rail Conference National Bursary Program is available to the spouse, child or grandchild of an active TCRC Member.

Hoffa Scholarship

This year, the James R. Hoffa Memorial Scholarship Fund distributed $1.2 million in scholarship awards to the sons and daughters of Teamsters.

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