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Canadian Pacific Railway (CP-T) said on Friday it has asked the federal government to appoint a conciliator to assist in negotiations for a new labour deal with the union representing 4,800 train crew employees and rail traffic controllers.
CP, Canada's No. 2 railroad, said it needs to address legacy pension issues in its new contract. The move starts the clock ticking towards the possibility of a legal strike or lockout.