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RailWorks Great Works

When our employees gather, they get down to business, and it is not unusual for that  business to be aimed at helping others.

PNR RailWorks salutes active duty military and veterans in Canada and the United States.

Barbecue might just be one of the greatest of comfort foods, and comfort – along with support and fun – was apparent when PNR RailWorks fired up the grills in a fund-raiser for one of its own.

PNR RailWorks is helping up-and-coming athlete Erin Tribe to strive for success. Read about how the company’s sponsorship helps this talented skier reach for her dreams, and check out her message of gratitude.

An esteemed quality designation is but one testament to PNR RailWorks’ Signals & Communications (S&C) division’s position as an industry leader bent on integrity.

The governor general’s office recognized three PNR RailWorks employees for their actions in saving the life of a coworker.

People in and around Abbotsford, BC, caught a unique glimpse of the area’s history through an unusual art exhibit.

Worldwide attention turned to Vancouver, British Columbia, for 17 days in February 2010 when 5,000 athletes from more than 80 countries competed in the 2010 Winter Olympics.

When it comes to safety, there is no finish line. To work injury free, we must continually look for opportunities to make our work practices and procedures safer. Over time, we believe these efforts will change our culture and help make our jobsites injury free.

This is a story about a PNR RailWorks employee who really gets it.