SASKATOON, Saskatchewan — Union leaders here lauded an appeals court decision that upheld the certification of United Food and Commercial Workers union at a Wal-Mart store in Weybern, Saskatchewan. The ruling overturned a lower court decision that disallowed the certification, which had been initially issued by the Saskatchewan Labor Board in 2008. UFCW Local 1400 had first applied to have the store unionized in 2004. "This is a victory for workers rights and the principle that no company ...

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