July 27, 2009
Canada’s passenger trains started up again late on Sunday after a two-day strike that threatened to disrupt much holiday traffic.
Passenger rail service Via Rail and the union representing the striking locomotive engineers said on Sunday they had agreed to start binding arbitration to get a deal.
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