Canadian Pacific Kansas City (CPKC) on April 14 became the first single-line, transnational railway connecting Canada, the U.S. and Mexico, marked by a ceremonial Final Spike driving in Kansas City, Mo. The
Nine years after the July 13, 2013 crude oil train runaway wreck at Lac-Mégantic, Quebec that claimed 47 lives and destroyed much of the village’s downtown, the Government of Canada and Transport Canada continue preliminary work on building a bypass rail line.
In late May of 2016, Canadian Pacific workers had exactly 20 hours and 5 minutes between trains to excavate and install a concrete underpass under an important section of CP Railway track.
Transportation Safety Board of Canada reports on fatal Canadian Pacific 2019 derailment – CP pushes back
Last week, the Transportation Safety Board of Canada (TSB) released its investigation report (R19C0015) into the 2019 derailment of two locomotives and 99 cars of a 112 car grain train, in which the three crew members were fatally injured near Field, B.C. CP disputes aspects of the report.
A shutdown of Canadian Pacific (CP) train operations began March 20, following an ongoing dispute between the Class I railroad and the Teamsters Canada Rail Conference (TCRC). However, on Day 2, the parties remain at the bargaining table.
The horrors of war befalling Ukraine during the past two weeks have dominated nearly every news outlet in the world.
Canadian National announced that it has appointed Tracy Robinson as President and Chief Executive Officer and as a member of its Board of Directors, effective February 28, 2022.
A vital Canadian National line in southern British Columbia is officially back on the grid.
Canadian Pacific and Canadian National each donate $100,000 to Canadian Red Cross flooding relief efforts
Both Canadian Class 1 railroads suffered significant infrastructure damage from recent floods in the British Columbia region.
Canadian Pacific to reopen B.C. rail corridor Tuesday; important work ahead to rebalance supply chain
Canadian Pacific announced that it would reopen its railway between Kamloops, B.C. and Vancouver by mid-day Tuesday, Nov. 23.
The top news stories of the week ending Nov. 19.
Food and toilet paper have been stripped from grocery store shelves across British Columbia as panic buying follows the realization Wednesday, Nov. 17 that the previous day’s Biblical flooding means road and rail connections with Vancouver and southwestern British Columbia could be disrupted for months.
Chicago leaders got together on Nov. 16 to celebrate the completion of a major milestone for the CREATE project.
The supply chain has been choked for months, and a long drink of water is the last thing it needs.
No one advances in their career without some inspiration and help from others along the way.
Railway Track & Structures magazine Editor-in-Chief Bill Wilson talks with Canadian Pacific’s Vice President of Engineering Justin Meyer.
The September issue of RT&S features our 2021 Engineer of the Year Justin Meyer from Canadian Pacific and our 2021 Product and Innovation Showcase.
The cause of a 2019 CP derailment has been determined.
The process of Ring Road in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada, becoming a clear road when it comes to railroad tracks has been a long one.
On Saturday, July24, a Canadian National train hauling 99 cars derailed, putting a locomotive and 24 empty intermodal cars on the ground near Pointe au Baril, Ontario. A washout is considered the most likely cause, and two crew members received minor injuries.