TORONTO — More than 1,500 workers at 12 Zellers locations in Ontario said they have ratified a new, three-year agreement with the chain as their union launches a battle with Target Corp., the company that is buying some of their their stores. Four of the Zellers stores covered by the collective agreement will be converting to Target, according to United Food and Commercial Workers Canada Local 175, which said it is “challenging Target to abide by all provisions of the new ...

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