Canadian Pacific Announces the Departure of Mike Franczak

October 1, 2012 Railfanning.org News Wire 0

CALGARY, Oct. 1, 2012 /PRNewswire/ – Canadian Pacific Railway (TSX: CP) (NYSE: CP) today announced that Mike Franczak, Executive Vice President and Chief Operations Officer, has resigned from Canadian Pacific, effective today. Mike joined CP in 1987 and has since advanced through a series of operating positions of increasing accountability and scope across CP’s network. “I wish to congratulate Mike on his distinguished career and thank him for his 25 years of dedication to CP and its customers,” said CEO E. Hunter Harrison. “Mike served the company well in all areas for which he had responsibility. We wish him success

United Steelworkers, Canadian Pacific Reach Tentative Contract Agreement

September 28, 2012 Railfanning.org News Wire 0

CALGARY, Sept. 28, 2012 /PRNewswire/ – Canadian Pacific (TSX:CP)(NYSE: CP) and the United Steelworkers (USW), Local 1976, have announced a tentative contract agreement. The USW represents 800 clerical and intermodal employees at CP. The current contract was due to expire December 31, 2012. The ratification process will take place over the next few weeks. Details of the contract will be disclosed following ratification.

Michael Redeker Appointed CIO at Canadian Pacific

September 22, 2012 Railfanning.org News Wire 0

CALGARY — Michael Redeker has been appointed Canadian Pacific’s Vice President and Chief Information Officer (CIO) for the railway. The appointment is effective October 15, 2012. Redeker was most recently Chief Information Officer at ATB Financial. As CIO, Redeker will be responsible for re-defining CP’s future strategic information technology (IT) roadmap, improving asset utilization, market growth, shipment management, and employee productivity. He will report directly to President and CEO E. Hunter Harrison. “I welcome Mike to our leadership team and look forward to working with him on delivering strategic IT activities that will translate into operational efficiencies,” said Harrison. “Our

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