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CP Conductor killed in Workplace Accident
 A Canadian Pacific Railway conductor was killed Monday in downtown Calgary after possibly being struck by moving equipment, according to an internal bulletin to employees.The CP bulletin, obtained by CBC News, says preliminary details indicate the conductor was walking to the front of...
CP Rail ordered to deal with safety risks of worker fatigue
Feds order CP Rail to deal with safety risks of worker fatigueTransport Canada tells railway to change procedures on B.C. lines from: http://www.ohscanada.com/health-safety/feds-order-cp-rail-to-deal-with-safety-risks-of-worker-fatigue-2/1003349395/ A rail safety inspector with...
CP: Relocation to new HQ
 CP: Relocation to new HQ part of Harrison's corporate planCanadian Pacific's plan to relocate to a new headquarters at its Ogden Yard facility in southeast Calgary, Alberta, is part of CEO Hunter Harrison's strategic plan for the railroad, said CP spokesman Ed Greenberg. The...
Canadian Pacific resumes after Canada passes back-to-work bill
CP service resumes after Canada passes back-to-work bill      1st June 2012Canadian Pacific resumed operations this morning, following Canadian lawmakers' passage of a bill that ordered striking employees back to work. The Class I and the union now face binding...
CN, CP roll out awareness programs for Rail Safety Week
CN, CP roll out awareness programs for Rail Safety WeekCanadian National and Canadian Pacific are observing "Rail Safety Week" in Canada, which runs through May 6. CN plans to hold safety awareness campaigns at its intermodal facilities and rail crossings in the U.S. and Canada as well as in...
CP probes Iowa switching incident
The Canadian Pacific Railway is investigating an incident involving a train that occurred Monday afternoon in the same spot as last summer’s deadly derailment behind Hampton Cranes in Bettendorf, Iowa, the Quad City Times reports. Mike LoVecchio, a spokesman for the railroad, declined to give...
Drunk train-hopper recovers in Canada
An intoxicated man who hopped on a train in Wetaskiwin, south of Edmonton, for a brief ride home would likely have frozen to death if he hadn't called for help with his cellphone, RCMP told CBC News. At around 3:45 a.m. Friday, RCMP received a cellphone call from the 29-year-old man, who, 45...
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