By Jeffrey Jones CALGARY, Alberta, May 17 (Reuters) - Striking track workers have disrupted operations at some Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd. freight terminals, prompting the company to seek injunctions against picketers, officials on both sides said on Thursday. CP Rail, whose 3,200 track maintenance workers walked off the job on Wednesday in a dispute over wages and work-rule changes, won an injunction against strikers at a Winnipeg terminal. It will seek financial damages for lost ...
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