OTTAWA, Feb 23 (Reuters) - The Canadian government introduced a motion on Friday which, if passed, would enable the House of Commons to move more quickly to pass legislation to force striking CN Rail employees back to work. It would require the House, once it starts dealing with the legislation, to finish all debates and all votes without adjourning, even if it meant staying open round the clock for several days running. But a government official said the final vote on the legislation ...
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