Tentative agreement reached in Canadian National strike

Written by David C. Lester, Managing Editor
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Canadian National is investing big dollars for rail infrastructure in its largest state.

The Financial Post is reporting that a tentative agreement has been reached in the Teamsters Canada Rail Conference strike on Canadian National. 

The announcement, made this morning, said that striking workers will report to their jobs at 2 p.m. ET this afternoon (Tuesday). The railroad also said that normal operations will begin tomorrow morning (Wednesday).

Within the next two months, CN union members must vote to ratify the agreement.

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