Union workers are back to work after reaching a tentative deal with Canadian Pacific Railway. The details of the agreement will not be announced until after the ratification vote. This strike lasted less than 24 hours, but it was the third work stoppage between CP and its union workers in six years. In a statement, the Grain Growers of Canada welcomed the agreement, saying grain bins and elevators are still full across the Canadian Prairies and rail service is needed to handle the backlog.
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