CP: CEO Creel Contract ExtendedThrough 2026

CP: CEO Creel Contract ExtendedThrough 2026

21.March, Calgary AB – Canadian Pacific Railway’s Board of Directors have agreed to extend President and Chief Executive Officer Keith Creel’s contract to lead the Company until at least early 2026. “Today’s announcement speaks to Keith’s leadership and bodes well for the continued long-term success of CP, to the benefit of its employees, customers, communities and shareholders,” said Chair of the Board, Isabelle […]

Transport Canada Revises Rules for Key Train Handling

FEDERAL AGENCY CODIFIES AD HOC MINISTERIAL ORDERS IN RESPONSE TO LAC MEGANTIC DISASTER AND ANTICIPATED CRUDE-BY-RAIL SURGE

Transport Canada Revises Rules for Key Train Handling

23.February, Ottawa ON – Transport Canada approved changes to the Rules Respecting Key Trains and Key Routes, as a measure to ensure the reliable transportation of dangerous goods by rail in colder weather, and the protection of both railway workers and those living near Canada’s rail corridors. These changes make permanent Ministerial Orders that were […]

VIA Rail Launches Maintenance Modernization Procurement Process for Montréal, Toronto

VIA Rail Launches Maintenance Modernization Procurement Process for Montréal, Toronto

VIA Rail Canada has announced that it has launched on 30 November, the second phase of its procurement process to modernize its maintenance centers in and Toronto in preparation for the arrival of its new Québec City-Windsor corridor fleet. Following the Request for qualifications, launched in January 2020, five companies have been selected to participate […]

CP: CEO Creel Eyes CMQ For >CN$100 Million Revenue

Canadian Pacific President & CEO Spent a Lot of Time on CMQ During Conference Remarks. Also Mentioned Record Grain Carloadings, and Other Events.

CP: CEO Creel Eyes CMQ For >CN$100 Million Revenue

Canadian Pacific President & CEO Spent a Lot of Time on CMQ During Conference Remarks. Also Mentioned Record Grain Carloadings, and Other Events.

CN/VIA: Protests Blockade Mainline Chokepoint

"Sympathy" Protesters Shut Down East-West Mainline Rail Traffic in Support of Native Faction's Fight Against British Columbia Gas Pipeline Construction.

CN/VIA: Protests Blockade Mainline Chokepoint

“Sympathy” Protesters Shut Down East-West Mainline Rail Traffic in Support of Native Faction’s Fight Against British Columbia Gas Pipeline Construction.

PAR: JAY (ME.) Mill To Be Upgraded

Verso to invest millions into Androscoggin Mill in Jay ME.

02 August, Toronto ON – Verso Corp. said it will invest a total of $120 million in three of its pulp and paper mills, including its Androscoggin Mill in Jay. The company told investors on an earnings call Thursday morning that it will make the investments over the next two years using cash from operations. It […]

G&W: New Details Revealed In Brookfield Investor Call

Brookfield Infrastructure Partners (BIP) CEO Discusses G&W Acquisition During Q2 Earnings Call. Australian Operation to be Sold Off; North American Network to Grow.

G&W: New Details Revealed In Brookfield Investor Call

02 August, Toronto ON – BIP’s Q2 Earnings Call with analysts revealed some interesting details on the progress and prospects of the G&W acquisition, which BIP is leading with other investment institutions. CEO Sam Pollock headlined the call. Down Under Sell-off The biggest news is the sale of G&W’s extensive Australian assets to its current minority […]