While Canadian National Railway Co. says its shipping operations are humming along at near-normal levels, at least one auto maker is feeling the heat, including some friction caused by its own employees. Nearly 5,000 Canadian Auto Workers union employees walked off the job Feb. 20 at CN over failure to reach a new labor contract, jeopardizing auto and auto parts deliveries across Canada and to the United States. Grand Marquis production suffered as a result of CN’s ongoing strike. ...

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