MONTREAL, Feb 23 (Reuters) - Canadian National Railway Co. said on Monday its trains were running at "near normal" levels across its North American network despite the strike over wages launched last week by almost a quarter of its employees. "Our network and yard operations remain near normal levels as do our car and locomotive maintenance operations," CN spokesman Mark Hallman said. Montreal-based CN, Canada's largest railway and North America's No. 5, is a major hauler of forest ...
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