The Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE), representing nearly 7,000 Air Canada flight attendants, lifted its call for the cabin crew to strike last week after reaching a tentative agreement with airline management on a new labor contract. Details of the tentative pact were not made public. CUPE said it will encourage members to ratify the deal. The flight attendants rejected a previous tentative agreement in August and then overwhelmingly voted to take strike action.
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