TORONTO — Negotiations between Loblaw and four United Food and Commercial Workers union locals have broken down over what the union called the retailer's unwillingness to bargain productively. The unions, representing 30,000 workers at various Loblaw-owned banners in Ontario, have requested that negotiations continue with the help of a federal conciliator. The unions allege that Loblaw wants to operate under the economics of its Superstore and Great Food banners only, which it said would ...
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