Canada’s CP Railway, union agree to binding arbitration, resume operations -Breaking
(Reuters) –Canadian Pacific Railway has reached an agreement with Teamsters Canada Rail Conference to resolve a dispute over labour. Operations will resume at Canada’s second largest railroad on Tuesday.
CP halted operations early Sunday morning and shut down its employees. Each side blamed the other for a halt which could have disrupted shipping of important commodities during soaring prices.
Seamus O’Regan, Jr. Minister of Labour, mediated talks between CP representatives and union officials.
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