Source: Ethan Williams, CBC News, February 1, 2020
Barricades were taken down Friday in anticipation of talks
Just one day after executives from Unifor and management from the Co-op refinery met for bargaining, talks between the two sides have broken down.
According to Scott Doherty, assistant to Unifor’s national president, the two sides are now further apart than they were before bargaining. He said Co-op wouldn’t move on its position, even though Unifor removed its preconditions for bargaining and offered to pay up to six per cent into employees’ defined benefits pension plans.
Image Source: Ethan Williams/CBC
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