CN strike triggers layoffs as rail activity hits the brakes
Furloughs affect Unifor members who are not on strike but who work at CN’s Halifax facility.
CN Rail strike, lack of trucking alternatives stoke forest industry fears
Forest industry supplies about 10% of the tonnage transported on Canada’s railway system.
Liberal government urged to intervene to end CN rail strike
Scheer and Alberta officials call on Trudeau to bring legislators back sooner.
More than 3,000 CNR rail workers on strike: union
Teamsters say passenger rail services in the three biggest cities would not be affected by a strike.
3,000 CN Rail unionized workers threaten national strike on Nov. 19
Teamsters Canada Rail Conference is putting pressure on the railway ahead of a resumption of negotiations that will include mediators.
CP Rail bullish amid global headwinds and record Q3 revenues
Revenues were up across all nine lines of business, although volumes dipped in key areas.
CN Rail cuts profit forecast for 2019 amid ‘softer’ economy
Freight volumes below expectations, manufacturing has also fallen off.
Transdev wins contract for Hurontario light rail transit project
The 19-stop light rail transit system runs along Hurontario St. from Port Credit to south Brampton.
Ontario drops plan to upload Toronto subway as city supports Ford plan
Mayor John Tory said leaving the subway system under city ownership was a key requirement of council when it entered into discussions with the province.
Goodyear ordered to pay US$6.7M for death from exploding tire
Garbage truck driver killed when a tire he was inflating exploded.
New Flyer announces additional 110 buses for Washington
New buses provides increases passenger capacity to 115 people.
Nova Bus delivers two electric buses to CUTRIC project
Integrated battery system delivers better fuel economy, while reducing maintenance costs and greenhouse gas emissions.
Judge sides with American Airlines over worker slowdown
Judge found merit in statistics compiled by American showing that workers took longer to fix planes and delayed more tasks.
Ottawa fines two coast guard ships for speeding in right whale protection zone
Since early June, eight right whales have died in Canadian waters, the worst death toll since 2017.
Bombardier to invest up to US$300 million more this year on rail division capacity
Announcement comes as the Montreal-based company reports a $36-million net loss.