Cp Collective Agreement

Canadian Pacific Railway Limited (TSX: CP) (NYSE: CP) and Unifor have ratified a new four-year agreement. As of the date of signing of the collective agreement, rail pilots in the Calgary area will be paid on a “Level 5” salary scale. “We thank Unifor for working with us during this process,” said Keith Creel, President and CEO of CP. “The ratification of this agreement, especially in time for the new year, is a positive step forward for our mechanical employees, our family of 13,000 cps, our customers and the economy as a whole.” Through cooperation, communication and trust, CP continues to reach long-term agreements on both sides of the border. Calgary, 20 years old. April 2018 – On the advice of federal mediators, the Minister of Labour approved Canadian Pacific`s request to order a vote on a final offer to renew their collective agreements with the Teamsters Canada Rail Conference (TCRC) and IBEW System Council No. 11. Both unions urge their members to refuse the company`s offers. Unifor represents approximately 1,200 CP mechanical employees responsible for car and locomotive maintenance. The current collective agreement expired on December 31, 2018.

“The Teamsters are ready to negotiate with CP, but we can`t negotiate alone,” he added. “CP must be prepared to resolve outstanding issues and provide workers with a fair and quality collective agreement.” Brothers and sisters; This letter is in our June 26, 2017 Newsletter regarding our meetings with the company in Ottawa. During this meeting, Mr. Creel had asked the Union to consider an extension of our current Treaty. The company then investigated and presented a proposal to extend the agreement until the end of 2018. A 72-month extension agreement, which will enter into force from 1 January 2015 to 31 December 2020, was concluded in August 2014 during the negotiation phase. Duration of negotiations: 4 months. “This afternoon, I spoke with CP RAIL PRESIDENT Keith Creel and TCRC President Doug Finnson and will soon be discussing their collective bargaining with IBEW. All parties remain at the negotiating table to continue their discussions. I expressed my expectation that the parties will continue to negotiate in good faith and reach agreement on Canada`s sustainable economic success, and many good middle-class jobs depend on it.

Group life insurance: valid from September 2014, $49,000 [$48,000]; as of January 1, 2016 $50,000 [$49,000]; January 1, 2017, $51,000; January 1, 2018, $52,000; January 1, 2019, $53,000; On January 1, 2020, $54,000. For 1305 TDS, CP Rail offered the TCRC and IBEW bargaining committees final offers to renew collective agreements. At the same time, cp asked the Employment Agency, the Honourable Patty Hajdu, to order a vote on membership in these final offers, in accordance with section 108.1 of the Canada Labour Code. The TCRC and IBEW negotiating committees strongly recommend that members reject the company`s offers. As a result, the strike notice will be withdrawn until the BRIC vote is complete, and at that time all of the union`s strike rights are still in effect. . On November 27, 2017, the Company formally requested that the Board of Directors postpone the hearings currently scheduled for November 14 to 17, 2017. .

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