BRAMPTON, Ontario — Talks between Loblaw Cos. here and union workers in Ontario have broken off over a disagreement on procedures regarding converting stores from one format to another, union sources said. According to United Food and Commercial Workers Local 1000A, one of three UFCW locals representing the workers, talks broke down over Loblaw’s insistence that the contract allow for it to convert conventional stores to its Superstore or Great Food concept without conditions on worker ...

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