May 31, 2012 / 6:13 PM / 5 years ago

CP Rail sees trains back 12 hrs after no-strike law

TORONTO, May 31 (Reuters) - Canadian Pacific Railway said on Thursday it will have trains running 12 hours after back-to-work legislation is passed, and is targeting “normal levels” of operations within 48 hours of the start-up.

A bill ending the nine-day-old strike at Canada’s second-biggest railway is expected to pass through the Senate late on Thursday. It then gets automatic approval from the Governor-General and its provisions take effect 12 hours later.

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