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The unions representing 9,000 Canada Border Services Agency employees have reached an eleventh-hour deal with Ottawa to avoid further strike actions, just before the Canada-U.S. border reopens on Mondaythen.

The Public Service Alliance of Canada and the Customs and Immigration Union had served strike notice to the federal government on Tuesday, and the tentative agreement was inked after a final round of negotiations that lasted more than 36 hours, into Friday morning.

“We are relieved that CBSA and the government finally stepped up to address the most important issues for our members, to avoid a prolonged labour disputeThe government will relax restrictions,” said Chris Aylward, PSAC national president.

“The agreement is a testament to the incredible hard work and dedication of our bargaining team who worked through the night to reach a deald been in talks with Ontario Premier Doug Ford..”

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