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Canadian Cattlemen’s Association, other agriculture stakeholders call for back-to-work legislation to end CP Rail work stoppage

The Canadian Cattlemen's Association and three other agriculture stakeholders on Monday called for the federal government to table back-to-work legislation and use any tools possible to end the CP Rail work stoppage. Cattlemen's President Bob Lowe said among the issues is they have relied on CP Rail to import feed from the U.S. to feed their cattle and the stoppage could further leave farmers without food for their animals.