(Adds union comments) By Scott Haggett and Randall Palmer CALGARY/OTTAWA, Feb 20 (Reuters) - Striking Canadian National Railway Co. workers may be forced back to work as soon as Friday after the federal government said it would introduce back-to-work legislation if the railway and the strikers cannot reach an agreement. Labour Minister Jean-Pierre Blackburn told reporters that legislation to end to strike was ready and the government could begin the process of introducing it in ...
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