Midnight strike deadline looms for CN Rail as some 3,200 Teamsters ready to walk
MONTREAL — About 3,200 Canadian National Railway conductors, trainpersons and yard workers could go on strike just after midnight tonight in a job action that would affect freight services if a deal isn't reached with the company. Passenger rail services in the country's three biggest cities would not be affected, the union said. The Teamsters Canada Rail Conference, the union representing the employees, gave the required 72-hour strike notice on the weekend.
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CN Rail and the union representing workers have reached a tentative agreement after a week-long strike.
"Normal operations at CN will resume tomorrow at 6 a.m. local time across Canada," according to afrom Teamsters Rail Conference.
About 3,200 CN workers have been without a contract since July 23.
They walked off the job on Nov. 19 over concerns about long hours, fatigue and "dangerous working conditions."
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Rail worker killed at CP train yard in Port Coquitlam .
According to the rail workers' union, the victim was a 56-year-old father with 32 years on the job.The Teamsters Canada Rail Conference (TCRC) confirmed the man, a 56-year-old father with 32 years on the job, was a member of the union.