MONTREAL, Feb 26 (Reuters) - Canadian National Railway Co. expects to resume talks with its striking union on Thursday morning, a little later than originally expected. The company and the Canadian Auto Workers union should meet in Montreal under the supervision of government mediators, CN spokesman Mark Hallman said. Both sides were first expected to resume talks on Wednesday evening, but Hallam said it took longer than planned to get the bargaining teams together. "It was a matter of ...
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