Canadian Pacific and the TCRC-RCTC Reach a Tentative Three-Year Agreement
Canadian Pacific Railway Limited (“CP”) and the Teamsters Canada Rail Conference Rail Canada Traffic Controllers (“TCRC-RCTC”) are pleased to announce a tentative three-year agreement.
“I want to congratulate the TCRC-RCTC and CP’s negotiating team on this successful outcome,” said CP President and CEO Keith Creel. “This is positive news for these important members of our CP family, who are integral to our safe and efficient operation.”
The TCRC-RCTC represents approximately 300 rail traffic controllers in Canada.
“We believe this tentative agreement is in the best interests of our members, and look forward to its successful ratification,” said TCRC-RCTC General Chair Jason Bailey.
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Source: Canadian Pacific Railway Limited