MONTREAL — Workers at a Metro Inc. grocery warehouse in Quebec City returned to work Sunday after approving a new contract with the retailer, which is based here. The 164 employees went on strike July 2, Metro said. The eight-year deal provides employees with a 20% wage increase over eight years, according to published reports. Read More of Today's Headlines
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