(Repeats to broaden distribution) (Updates government position, adds details) By Allan Dowd VANCOUVER, British Columbia, March 29 (Reuters) - The labor walkout that disrupted Canada National Railway Co. and drew threats of government intervention could resume immediately if workers reject the proposed new contract, according to a union letter released on Thursday. The 15-day walkout in February by 2,800 conductors and brakemen at Canada's largest railway, was cited by CN on Thursday as ...
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