Officials say the contract provides both wage increases and benefit improvements
MONTREAL—Canadian National Railway says the 1,800 locomotive engineers represented by the Teamsters Canada Rail Conference have ratified a new collective agreement with the company.
The railway says the three-year agreement, retroactive to Jan. 1, provides both wage increases and benefit improvements.
Further details were not disclosed.
CN’s chief operating officer, Jim Vena, said that as a result of the ratification the railway now has concluded its current round of collective bargaining in Canada.
CN also today announced a $500 million investment plan to improve its feeder rail lines in Western Canada.