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Canadian National locomotives are seen in Montreal on Feb. 23, 2015.Ryan Remiorz/The Canadian Press

Canadian National Railway said Sunday it has reached tentative deals with the Unifor union on four new labour contracts covering 3,100 workers across Canada.

The agreements, still subject to ratification, were reached prior to the expiration of the contracts.

Three collective agreements cover over 2,150 employees that include all clerks and intermodal workers, excavator-operators, as well as conductors and locomotive engineers working on the SAR internal shortline in northern Alberta. A fourth agreement covers approximately 1,000 owner-operator truck drivers of Canadian National Transportation Ltd.

No details of the contracts will be released until after employees vote on them.

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