Some of Canada’s largest corporations seek waivers under a pending federal ban on replacement workers in strikes and lockouts. The labour department yesterday was noncommittal but reiterated a bill will be introduced by year’s end.

“Employers in rail, maritime, airlines, agriculture, telecommunications and broadcasting asked for exemptions for their specific sectors,” said a department report. “These stakeholders consider all or at least part of their work as essential.”

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