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WORKERS PICKET OUTSIDE ORANGEVILLE LCBO AS BARGAINING TALKS CONTINUE
5/17/2017 3:03:48 PM

There won't be a strike at the LCBO ahead of the Victoria Day long weekend, but employees were outside the Orangeville store Wednesday (May 17) to share their concerns with customers.

   
OPSEU Local 287 President Shawn Swayze says some employees have been working at the LCBO for 17 years and are still part-time.


Another concern is privatization.


Last month, workers voted 93 per cent in support of a strike if necessary after their collective agreement with the LCBO expired on March 31, 2017.


But in a recent press release, OPSEU reassured customers that LCBO staff would not be taking any job action ahead of the long weekend.


Bargaining talks are expected to resume in early June.
   

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