TORONTO -- A&P Canada is promoting a format conversion plan for some of its stores here as its contract renegotiation with the United Food and Commercial Workers Union enters a critical stage. The union has threatened to call a strike against 103 A&P units beginning today if progress isn't reported in renegotiating pacts that expired June 13. Under Ontario law, the union could legally call a strike starting today because it is a week after the expiration date of the old agreements. ...

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