CP and the Canadian Pacific Police Service (CPPS) will once again educate the public during Rail Safety Week about how to be safe on and around railway property.

CP and CPPS will conduct rail safety campaigns in communities across our network, with participation from other police agencies and schools, to talk about the role motorists, pedestrians and the general public play in reminding everyone that safety is a shared responsibility.

“Rail Safety Week is an important opportunity for CP to highlight how to be safe around tracks and trains. CP Police Service will be working with the public to educate them about the dangers of unsafe behaviour around the railway. Train incidents are preventable and rail safety must be an on-going priority each and every day. Together, we can build safer communities,” said Al Sauve, Chief of CP Police Service.


Share and Play the CP RailSense video game to learn about rail safety.

Watch Operation Lifesaver’s #STOPTrackTragedies video campaign reminding Canadians “you can never go back” from taking risks around tracks and trains.

Take part in  Operation Lifesaver’s Thomas & Friends contest launching on Sept. 20 giving children an opportunity to showcase their artistic talents and learn about rail safety.

CP greatly appreciates your participation in Rail Safety Week.



Mike LoVecchio

Director Indigenous Relations and Government Affairs

Canadian Pacific