(Adds company confirmation, reaction, details) By Allan Dowd VANCOUVER, British Columbia, Feb 24 (Reuters) - A tentative deal was reached on Saturday to end a two-week-old strike by about 2,800 Canadian National Railway Co. employees that had provoked a threat of government intervention. The strike had hampered operations on Canada's largest railroad and forced shippers in the country's forestry, auto and chemical industries to curtail production. The federal government was threatening ...
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