Saturday, February 10, 2007 at 12:26 pm

CN Conductors, Yard Workers Strike

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CN logo At one minute past midnight this morning, 2,800 Canadian National conductors and yard workers represented by the United Transportation Union went on strike after last-minute negotiations failed yesterday. CN is trying to get the strike declared illegal; meanwhile, management is running trains. VIA Rail, Montreal and Toronto commuter services, and several subsidiaries are unaffected for the time being, though GO Transit has a contingency plan in place in case the agreement to keep its commuter trains running breaks down. Canadian Press, CBC.

Previously: CN Employees Give Union Strike Mandate.

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