VANCOUVER, British Columbia, March 30 (Reuters) - Canadian Pacific Railway said on Friday that conciliation talks with its unionized track repair workers in Canada have ended without an agreement, and no new negotiations are scheduled. The company, Canada's second largest railway, said it was preparing contingency plans in case the dispute results in a strike, and it would attempt to use management crews if the union walk off the job. The workers, members of a unit of the Teamster union, ...
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