Deal reached to end Canadian National rail strike


VANCOUVER, British Columbia, Feb 24 (Reuters) - A tentative deal has been reached to end the two-week-old strike by about 2,800 Canadian National Railway Co. employees, the union said on Saturday. Negotiators for Canada's largest railway and the United Transportation Union have agreed to a new contract for the freight conductors and switch yard workers who walked out over wages and work-rule issues. Details of the agreement are not being released until they are given to the union's ...

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