**Canadian Pacific Railway**

**and**

**Teamsters Canada Rail Conference**

**Locomotive Engineers/Conductors/Trainpersons**

**Division 356 Red Deer**

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This agreement provides a formula that will be
used and adhered to for calculating and establishing the number of turns in the
Locomotive Engineers and Conductors pool each week.

Locomotive Engineers and Conductors/Trainpersons
with home terminal Red Deer will be governed by the terms of this agreement.

3.1 Local managers of the company and local
representatives of the union will access the CMA weekly pool mileage report for
a seven day period starting from Thursday of the previous week to determine the
number of miles charged to the Locomotive Engineers and Conductors pool. This
will be done each Thursday by 1400 to coincide with item 11 of the Weekly Crew
Change Agreement.

3.2 To establish the number of turns required for
the Locomotive Engineers and Conductors pool the following formula will be
applied. The total number of miles from each pool will be divided by seven to
determine a daily average, then multiplied by thirty to establish a monthly
mile average. The monthly mileage average will then be divided 4150 miles to
determine the total number of turns required for each pool.

3.3 There will be no established spare board for
the Locomotive Engineers at Red Deer Terminal. In consideration of this, the
following formula will apply to establish the number of spare turns required
and added to the Locomotive Engineers pool. The total number of pool turns
established for the week (as calculated in 3.2) will be multiplied by .25 and
those turns added to the Locomotive Engineers pool. In addition, the number of
miles will be calculated from the trips from the assignments at Red Deer in excess
of the monthly mileage maximum (calculated from a thirty-day month staring on a
Sunday) and will be divided by 4150 and those turns will as well be added to
the Locomotive Engineers pool.

3.4 It is understood that when these formulas are
applied for each pool the result of the final calculation will most often not
be a whole number (e.g.19.3). When
this happens, it is agreed that local managers of the company and local
representatives of the union will determine whether that number should be
rounded up or down (e.g. 19 or 20). This will be decided by taking into account
the volume of traffic expected in the next week and layover between trips for
each turn in the pool at the home terminal in the previous week.

3.5 An example of the calculations are shown below: Pool
mileage (as specified in 3.2) 13886
divided by 7 x 30 divided by 4150 = 14.3 Spare
turns (as specified in 3.3) 14.3
x .25 = 3.5 Excess
assignment miles (as specified in 3.3) 6365
divided by 4150 = 1.5
The result is 14.3 Pool Conductors and 19.3 Pool Locomotive Engineers.

This agreement is without precedent or prejudice
to either party, and cannot be used for any other purpose without the expressed
written consent of both parties to this agreement. This agreement can be
amended, revised or cancelled upon thirty days written notice by either party.

For the Company: For
the Union:

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J. Stevens M.
D. Ropchan

Manager Operations Local
Chairman

South Edmonton TCRC
- CTY

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D. Hovorka J.
F. Deegan

Road Manager Local
Chairman

Red Deer TCRC
– LE