CN workers return, but fight over labor deal looms


By Allan Dowd VANCOUVER, British Columbia, Feb 26 (Reuters) - Canadian National Railway Co. said on Monday it was encouraged by the number of striking workers who were returning to work in the wake of a tentative contract agreement. Neither CN nor the United Transportation Union had a detailed count on how many of the 2,800 conductors and switchmen had reported back to work, but union officials said they were not aware of any organized effort to keep picket lines up. The union remains ...

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