Canadian National Workers Set Strike Vote

Transport Topics
February 20, 2015

Railway labor troubles are continuing in Canada.

Unifor, a labor union that represents about 4,800 workers at Canadian National Railway, said it will begin strike votes next week after five months of talks failed to produce an agreement.

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