THUNDER BAY, Ontario -- A Canadian union leader said union locals in Canada and the United States would be "much more on their guard" in negotiations with Safeway after the company recently closed three stores here that had been the subject of an eight-month labor strike. "What they've done to the people in Thunder Bay is not going to be forgotten," said Michael J. Fraser, director, Canadian United Food and Commercial Workers. Fraser said he believes that Steve Burd, chairman and chief ...

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