OTTAWA, Feb 23 (Reuters) - Canada's labor minister said negotiations to end the strike at Canadian National Railway were going better on Friday, but the government introduced legislation to end the strike if the talks fail. The nearly two-week old strike by 2,800 workers at Canada's largest railway has shippers across the country howling about lost train service. Ford Motor Co of Canada idled one of its assembly plants for a second time. "The discussions are going in a better way, but ...
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