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Honoring Those Who Have Served

Our veteran employees include RailWorks Safety Manager Eric Crighton, left, a 23-year veteran of the United States Air Force and Army, and PNR RailWorks Trackman Simon Farrell, who has served over a decade in the Queen's Own Rifles of Canada, a primary Army Reserve regiment.

On November 11 we celebrate Remembrance Day in Canada and Veterans Day in the United States. 

The day was originally set aside to “reflect and remember the sacrifices men and women made during World War I in order to ensure peace.”  It was later changed to Veterans Day in the U.S. and Remembrance Day in Canada to recognize the contributions and sacrifices made by all veterans, from all services, in war and in peace, to our society. 

We express our thanks, on behalf of everyone at RailWorks, to active duty military and veterans.

In recognition of this important occasion, RailWorks is making a contribution to the USO, an organization that provides assistance to those serving in the military and their families.