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April 2, 2014

Talks break off, job action likely for White Rock civic workers

WHITE ROCK – After two mediation sessions with little progress, workers in the City of White Rock say that job action now looks likely. In February, members of CUPE 402-01 voted overwhelmingly in favour of strike action if negotiations failed to produce a fair settlement in their current round of bargaining. CUPE 402-01 President Mike Guraliuk says that it now looks much more likely that members will be exercising that mandate. “We are very disappointed that there has been no movement from our ...

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