By Allan Dowd VANCOUVER, British Columbia, Feb 21 (Reuters) - The chorus of shippers complaining about the strike at Canadian National Railway grew louder on Wednesday as Ottawa renewed threats to intervene and an internal fight divided the union. Officials of Canada's largest railway and the union representing 2,800 striking freight train conductors and switchyard employees met again with a federal mediator, but remained at odds over CN's demand that picket lines come down before full ...
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