The Exxon Valdez oil tanker ship ran aground on Bligh Reef in Prince William Sound off the coast of Alaska in 1989, spilling 11 million gallons of crude oil into the water.
From its humble beginnings, the CP holiday train program has grown into an annual holiday attraction capturing the hearts of hundreds of thousands across North America. Drawing crowds as big as 15,000 in some locations, the holiday train program brings communities together to raise awareness and donations for hunger related issues. In its 20th year, we look back on how the program has grown and the impact our magical train of lights has made in the communities where we operate.
Heart health is something many take for granted, until they can’t. A silent killer, heart disease is often times manageable and sometimes even preventable if the right steps are taken to protect your health. Eating well, exercising, getting enough sleep – all of these contribute to keeping your heart strong. But what makes a beautiful heart?
There are words no parent should ever hear. To be told your first born only has a few months to live are some of the cruelest. That is exactly what Jeff Cushway, Manager Bridge Maintenance, Saskatchewan, along with wife Heather, not only had to hear, but absorb.
It all began over a cup of coffee in the Last Spike Bistro at CP’s headquarters in Calgary, Alberta. Rory Thompson, Signals and Communications Manager with CP, and former captain in the British Army, sat down with Scott MacDonald, Senior Vice-President of Operations, to discuss corporate support for Rory’s brainchild, the Spin for a Veteran initiative.
The grizzly bear is synonymous with Canada’s Rocky Mountains and national parks. Unfortunately, this population resides in some of the most challenging habitat in North America and contends with meagre natural food sources and substantial human influence.