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October 29, 2014

Kelowna city workers ratify new agreement

KELOWNA - CUPE 338 members who work for the City of Kelowna have ratified a new five-year agreement. The previous agreement expired in December 2013 and bargaining began April 1, 2014. Following a lengthy and difficult round of bargaining that included a strong strike vote and mediation, Kelowna city workers are pleased to have stability for five years. CUPE 338 President Lee Mossman said that the union pushed back on concessions and worked hard to achieve a solid contract. “The new agreement balances ...

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