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Blue Water Bridge Workers Approve Strike Vote

Sarnia Observer reports, “Workers at the Blue Water Bridge voted Wednesday to go on strike if the Federal Bridge Corporation doesn’t return to the bargaining table. The Public Service Alliance of Canada (PSAC) said the previous collective agreement ended Nov. 7, 2014 for 49 union members who work as cleaners and toll collectors, and in the […] The post Blue Water Bridge Workers Approve Strike Vote appeared first on Toll Roads News.
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