CN Rail and union reach tentative deal to avoid work stoppage
A tentative deal has been reached between Canadian National Railway and the Union representing 3,000 of its workers.
It averts a strike after the workers had previously voted an overwhelming 98% in favour of job action.
The verbal deal will still have to be ratified by both CN and the union in the coming weeks.
Last week, the Teamsters union announced its members had voted 98 percent in favour of a strike mandate.
They would have been in a position to go off the job this morning.