FACTBOX-Goods and commodities shipped by CN Rail

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Nov 30 (Reuters) - Locomotive engineers at Canadian National Railway walked off the job after talks with management broke down on Saturday. The strike could disrupt the delivery of goods worth millions of dollars. [ID:nN28392589] The last strike at CN, Canada's largest railroad, was in February 2007. It ended after the federal government passed back-to-work legislation, citing the importance of the rail service to the economy. The government has said it may intervene again. ...

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