Members of the Canadian Auto Workers union vote to accept a new contract with the Canadian National Railway Co., ending a 4-week strike. (See related story: CN Rail, CAW Reach Tentative Pact) Some 5,000 clerical, mechanical and yard workers will return to work March 20, exactly one month after the strike began. As part of the agreement forged between the CAW and CN management March 15, CAW workers will get back-to-work bonuses, wage increases and pension improvements. During the strike, ...

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