The strike was short lived, and it seems as though they may have found some common ground. 

The Teamsters Canada Railway Conference say they have reached a tentative agreement with Canadian Pacific Railway, and they subsequently ended the strike just a few short hours after it began. 

This is something that Todd Lewis, the president of APAS, is pleased with.

"Credit to CP and the union for getting this done, and look forward to seeing improvements in service and getting the backlog cleaned up and getting ready for moving next year's crop."

Details regarding the agreement aren't know yet, as the union is set to vote on it in the near future. 

This situation affects 3,000 locomotive egineers and conductors. 

Full operations are set to resume across Canada on Thursday morning.


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