PLEASANTON, Calif. -- A strike by supermarket workers in British Columbia that analysts say could cause Safeway here to sell its Canadian operations is scheduled to begin next Monday. United Food and Commercial Workers Union Local 1518, Vancouver, British Columbia, which represents 4,700 cashiers, grocery and produce clerks at 49 Safeway supermarkets in the southern part of the province, said last week its members would go on strike one minute after midnight on Monday morning "if there is ...

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