OTTAWA, Feb 21 (Reuters) - The Canadian government will start the parliamentary process on Wednesday afternoon to get striking Canadian National Railway employees back to work if there is no agreement by then, Labour Minister Jean-Pierre Blackburn said. "We still have the intention to present our law this afternoon. And we still hope and I encourage both parties to find an agreement," Blackburn told reporters. An aide clarified that the minister would give notice to parliament on ...
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