By Charles Grandmont MONTREAL, Feb 24 (Reuters) - A five-day old strike at Canadian National Railway Co. , Canada's biggest railroad, is slowing grain and auto shipments, customers said on Tuesday, and union and management officials said no formal talks were planned. Montreal-based CN said clients faced only "minor delays", and it denied it had reduced the number of rail cars available for shipping western grain to ports. It has used managers and contractors to keep operations running ...
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