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Commitment not to serve notice of strike/lockout until November 24th 2007
Source: TCRC
Published: November 17th 2007
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Sunday, November 18, 2007, Teamsters Canada Rail Conference, representing all running trades employees at CP Rail, announced today that their members have failed to ratify a tentative new five year contract. The current Collective Agreement expired December 31, 2006 and applies to approximately 4500 locomotive engineers, conductors and assistant conductors employed in road and yard service at Canadian Pacific Railway.

The failure to ratify has resulted in an agreement between the parties to postpone any strike or lockout notice until Saturday, November 24, 2007, to allow the parties to meet to explore the possibilities of a negotiated settlement.


November 17, 2007
 
 
Mr. Dave Able
General Chair – Engineers West
Mr. Daniel Généreux
General Chair – Trainpersons East
Mr. Dave Olson
General Chair – Trainpersons West
 
Mr. Tim Beaver
General Chair – Engineers East
Re: Commitment not to serve notice of strike/lockout until November 24 2007



Dear Sirs:

Further to our conversations earlier today this is to confirm our agreement that:
 
(1) No strike or lockout notice will be served by either party prior to Saturday, November 24, 2007 to enable the parties to seek a negotiated settlement.
   
(2) The parties will commence meetings on Friday, November 23, 2007 at 0930 Calgary time at the Teamsters Canada Railway office Calgary in order to attempt to seek a negotiated settlement and determine next steps.
   
(3) It is understood that the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Services (FMCS), and the Media will be advised of this agreement.


If this accurately reflects our conversations please so indicate by signing below.
 

(Signed J. Copping for)  

Rick Wilson
AVP, Industrial Relations
Canadian Pacific Railway
(Signed D.Able)_     

Dave Able
General Chair, Engineers West for
Teamsters Canada Rail Conference

 


 

 
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