TORONTO - The new national director of the United Food and Commercial Workers union in Canada vowed to continue the work of his predecessor while steeling labor in anticipation of Wal-Mart's impending move into the grocery business in Canada.
"In changing markets, changing times and changing environments, you have to be able to look after the welfare of the workers," Wayne Hanley, named this month to lead the 230,000-member labor union, told SN. Hanley, 48, was elected to succeed Michael ...
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