TORONTO -- A&P's Canadian operation here is back at the bargaining table to negotiate labor union contracts that will expire over the next month. The company, still hurting from the long and bitter strike at its Miracle Mart group of 63 stores that ended in late February, will now have to negotiate new contracts for the remainder of its 176 stores in Canada. The new talks involve two different contracts: In the first, the United Food and Commercial Workers' Union is representing ...

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