CALGARY, Alberta (FNS) -- Canada Safeway and the union representing 10,000 of its workers have both asked a government mediator to resume negotiations, which stalled May 19, after 11 fruitless days. As of last week, the strike of 10,000 workers in 73 Canada Safeway supermarkets here was in its 10th week. Coincidentally with the decision to try again, both Safeway and United Food and Commercial Workers International Union officials dropped a "no-public-statements" curtain on proceedings ...

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