OTTAWA, Feb 23 (Reuters) - Canadian Labour Minister Jean-Pierre Blackburn introduced legislation on Friday to force striking Canadian National Railway employees back to work. The opposition Liberal Party has already signaled it would support the minority Conservative government's legislation, but it was unlikely to pass for at least another several days. The strike began on Feb. 10 and has disrupted the grain, automobile, forestry, chemicals and energy industries.
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