THUNDER BAY, Ontario — Around 300 workers at Loblaw’s Superstore here avoided a potential strike after reaching tentative agreement with the retailer on a new contract, reports said. As previously reported in SN, the workers, represented by United Food and Commercial Workers Local 1000A, have been working without a contract from more than a year. Local news sources said they will vote on the new contract July 25. Local 1000A is currently in separate negotiations with Loblaw for other ...

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