CALGARY, Alberta (FNS) -- Union leaders are threatening "substantial fines" for hundreds of disgruntled strikers who have left their picket lines and gone back to work at Canada Safeway. Doug O'Halloran, president of Local 401, says the amount of the fines will be decided once the dispute is settled and nearly 11,000 have returned to work. An amount "equal to what line-crossers are paid by Safeway during remainder of the strike" has been suggested. Safeway officials estimate that at least ...

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