QUEBEC CITY — Negotiations between Loblaw Cos. and the union representing workers at Maxi stores in Quebec resumed over the weekend as the strike affecting 14 stores continued. Workers at the 14 stores — all of which have separate contracts with Maxi parent Loblaw and are represented by United Food and Commercial Workers Local 503 — called a strike Oct. 22, forcing the stores to close. The majority of Maxi stores in the chain have agreed to new contacts and remain open. Contact ...

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