First CN strike in a decade piles more woes on battered Western farmers
(Source: Financial Post, November 18, 2019)
MONTREAL — Canadian National workers have gone on strike during a critical shipping period for Western farmers, adding a new threat to wheat and oilseed sales already battered by trade tensions and difficult harvest conditions. About 3,200 CN conductors, train and yard personnel stopped work after the company and union were unable to bridge an impasse on items ranging from pharmaceutical benefits to time-off provisions.
Full story: Financial Post
Wednesday, November 20, 2019
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