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The three-year agreement, retroactive to July 23, 2019, provides wage increases and benefit improvements to approximately 3,200 conductors represented by the union that initiated strike action in November 2019, severely impacting the Canadian economy.
“We are pleased to have completed these agreements,” said JJ Ruest, President and CEO of CN.
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