How driving a train became one of Canada’s Best Jobs

By Mariyam Khaja, Canadian Business; June 11, 2019 While working in the office of an insurance company back in 2007,…

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Canadian railroads re-write drug policies for workers in light of cannabis legalization

By Erik White, CBC News; February 1, 2019 As of Feb. 1, Go Train drivers in southern Ontario are forbidden…

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Conductors, commuters alike take to social media, blogs to spark conversation

By Colleen Ferguson, Rockland/Westchester Journal News; June 18, 2018 For Howard Rosenstein, the Facebook posts started one freezing February morning…

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UP, BNSF offer bonuses up to $25K to fill critical positions

By MATT OLBERDING, Lincoln Journal Star; April 24, 2018 Nebraska’s low unemployment rate is leading the nation’s two largest freight…

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Strike averted: Canadian Pacific, two unions reach 11th-hour agreements

From Progressive Railroading Magazine; April 23, 2018 Canadian Pacific late Friday negotiated its way out of a strike two unions…

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California: Driving Metrolink trains is a family affair for these four Inland residents

By Imran Ghori, The Press-Enterprise, Daily Bulletin; December 22, 2017 If you’re on a Metrolink train in the Inland area,…

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Florida House bill says train conductors, passengers cannot be auto accident witnesses

By A.G. Gancarski, Florida Politics; December 8, 2017 A new Florida House bill says that train conductors and passengers are not,…

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Canadian Pacific Rail train crews reject contract extension

By Eric Atkins, Railway Industry Reporter, The Globe and Mail; November 2, 2017 Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd. train crews voted…

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