ST. HYACYNTHE, Quebec — A Wal-Mart discount store here began operating under union contract this week after a mediator intervened in the long-delayed process. The contract covers 180 members of United Food and Commercial Workers Local 501 and includes wage increases, seniority rights and a formal grievance procedure, the union said. Several other Wal-Mart locations in Canada are in negotiations for contracts as well. In 2007, Wal-Mart shuttered a store in Jonquiere, Quebec, where workers ...
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