By Allan Dowd VANCOUVER, British Columbia, Feb 22 (Reuters) - Negotiators for Canadian National Railway and the union representing its 2,800 striking workers met again on Thursday, but the railway said it appeared little progress was being made. The negotiations, assisted by a federal mediator, are being conducted against the backdrop of pending federal legislation that could force at least a temporary end to the strike, which began Feb. 10. The sides, which resumed mediated talks ...
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