Canadian Pacific Railway said service is returning to normal across its rail network after Parliament ordered striking workers back on the job.

The company said operations resumed across is its entire Canadian freight network at about 7 a.m. ET.

A company official said that so far there have been no “reported issues” with workers going back on the job.

The union representing the 4,800 strikers asked its members to end their walkout after federal back-to-work legislation became law Thursday night.

The workers, including locomotive engineers, walked out nine days ago, forcing Canada’s second-biggest railway to shut down its freight operations.

CP Rail has said its freight service should be back to normal within 48 hours.