A photo of the National Day of Mourning in memory of workers died or injured on the job taken at Massey Hall Park in Ottawa. The flags represent the number of dead workers that died on the job or at work.

Teamsters Canada is working to ensure the health and safety of everyone

The fact is that 900 Canadians died on the job in 2013 alone. These unsettling statistics hide a worrisome fact: the actual number of work-related deaths is difficult to determine because workers die each year from unreported accidents.

François Laporte becomes President of Teamsters Canada

“I look forward to taking up this new and exciting challenge,” said François Laporte. “The Teamsters Union is a powerful organization that will continue to have a positive impact on its members and all Canadian workers.”

Could the Gogama derailment have been prevented?

TCRC, which represents more than 12,000 railway workers, have continually stressed the need for more inspectors to be hired to see to the optimal operation of the equipment and the integrity of the tracks.

Notice concerning the election of the President of Teamsters Canada

An election by secret ballot is being conducted among the eligible voters of Teamsters Canada to fill the Office of President of Teamsters Canada and International Vice-President.

Notice concerning the election of the President of Teamsters Canada

An election by secret ballot is being conducted among the eligible voters of Teamsters Canada to fill the Office of President of Teamsters Canada and International Vice-President.

Canadian Pacific employees put an end to their strike

One major issue was fatigue management and the necessity to implement broad based and effective fatigue countermeasures for the rail workers.

Teamsters on strike at Canadian Pacific

One major issue is fatigue management and the necessity to implement broad based and effective fatigue countermeasures for the rail workers.

Teamsters call on membership to prepare themselves for the midnight deadline

"We require sufficient fatigue countermeasures to protect our members safety and health. An effective fatigue management system requires that our members must be in control of their ability to obtain sufficient rest, and the employer must respect the rest provisions within the Collective Agreement."

Teamsters, CN have reached a tentative agreement

Teamsters Canada Rail Conference is pleased to announce that a tentative 3 year agreement has been reached with Canadian National (CN).

Strike action against CP could have an impact on commuter train services in the...

Possible strike action against Canadian Pacific (CP) could have an impact on commuter train services in the Montréal area.