TORONTO (FNS) -- Wal-Mart Canada is gearing up for a court battle against the union certification of one of its two stores in Windsor, Ontario. Wal-Mart will challenge a decision by the Ontario Labor Relations Board to certify the United Steelworkers of America as bargaining agent at the Windsor store, even though a majority of the unit's 209 employees voted against the union. The retailer expects to file its arguments in about a month. It could take another six months before a hearing ...

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