MONTREAL -- Metro-Richelieu here said it is proposing a new round of negotiations with the Confederation of National Trade Unions to settle a series of disputes that date back to 1993. r shut down its transportation division. In response to an injunction by the Quebec Superior Court, Metro-Richelieu said earlier this month it hopes to begin immediate negotiations with the CNTU, which represents transportation workers, to settle all pending disputes. It also said it is ready to begin ...

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