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Strike still under way at Canada’s Co-op Refinery Complex

Over the holidays, the union says the two sides have not resumed talks to end the weeks-long labour dispute, which has largely been over pension reform.

But Unifor says it has other ways to put pressure on Co-op, like its call to boycott the company.

“I think they’re already starting to feel the effects of the boycott and also the holding up of vehicles for 10 minutes has had an impact on the amount of fuel they’re getting out of the refinery,” said Scott Doherty, executive assistant to Unifor’s national president.

“You can just drive around the city of Regina and you can see there’s quite a few empty Co-op gas stations.”

Read the rest at CJME News

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