Toronto, May 30, 2018
More than 3,000 train operators employed by Canadian Pacific Rail went on strike last night (May 29, 2018) while a second group of rail workers, including 360 signal workers, reached a tentative contract settlement. The union representing the striking workers said it is "willing to remain at the bargaining table during the strike".
During the strike, CP plans to keep intermodal terminal gates open, in so far as practical and so long as capacity permits, in order to reduce the impact of the work stoppage.
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