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Canadian Pacific signs 4-year labour contract with mechanics union

CANADIAN Pacific, the operator of a transcontinental railway running through Canada and the United States, says it has reached a tentative four-year agreement with Unifor, a union that represents 1,200 mechanical employees responsible for maintaining rail cars and locomotives

Canadian Pacific signs 4-year labour contract with mechanics union

CANADIAN Pacific, the operator of a transcontinental railway running through Canada and the United States, says it has reached a tentative four-year agreement with Unifor, a union that represents 1,200 mechanical employees responsible for maintaining rail cars and locomotives

05 December 2018 - 19:00

CANADIAN Pacific, the operator of a transcontinental railway running through Canada and the United States, says it has reached a tentative four-year agreement with Unifor, a union that represents 1,200 mechanical employees responsible for maintaining rail cars and locomotives.

The company said details of the agreement will be presented to Unifor members for ratification, without elaborating further on the specifics of the deal. The current collective agreement was due to expire at the end of this year.



'This tentative agreement is a testament to the hard work, collaboration and commitment by both sides,' said CP president Keith Creel in a company release. 'We have now had back-to-back four-year agreements with Unifor. Agreements like this are positive steps for our 13,000-strong CP family, customers and the broader economy.'



CP added that it will continue to achieve long-term agreements on both sides of the border through 'collaboration, communication and trust.'


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