Canada's CP Rail to restart operations after arbitration agreement

Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd will restart operations on Tuesday after agreeing to an arbitration with its conductors and engineers, easing concerns of further disruptions to the country's industries that are battling supply chain disruptions.

CP said the agreement with Teamsters Canada Rail Conference ends the stoppage that began early Sunday, adding that it would immediately begin work to resume normal train operations across the country.

The company halted operations and locked its workers out following a dispute related to pensions, pay and benefits, sparking calls for a quick negotiations over fears that it could aggravate a shortage of commodities caused by Russia's invasion of Ukraine.

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