OTTAWA, Feb 21 (Reuters) - The Canadian government will start the process on Wednesday to legislate striking Canadian National Railway employees back to work if there is no contract agreement, Labour Minister Jean-Pierre Blackburn said. Shippers have been demanding that Ottawa intervene in the strike that began Feb 10, saying service problems on Canada's largest railway are forcing some companies to idle production and are delaying both exports and import shipments. "We still have the ...
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