By Jeffrey Jones CALGARY, Alberta, May 28 (Reuters) - Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd. may contract out heavy repair work on its tracks if a strike by maintenance workers lasts into the summer, the railroad's chief executive said on Monday. Nearly two weeks after 3,200 workers represented by the Teamsters union walked off the job, CP Rail CEO Fred Green said he will not back down from his position that they must accept a company-wide wage-hike pattern. No talks are scheduled. The summer ...
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