Feds Claim Close Call In Rail Strike: ‘No Heat In Hospitals’

The Department of Labour claims Canadian hospitals faced having to turn off the heat due to a 24-hour strike by Canadian Pacific Rail engineers. Labour Minister Kellie Leitch made the claim in the House of Commons. No industry executives confirmed a fuel shortage. Leitch made similar unsubstantiated claims of dire consequences over a 2011 Canada Post strike: “I have received letters”.

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