WORKERS STRIKE AT SAFEWAY CANADA EDMONTON, Alberta — Around 350 warehouse and manufacturing center employees of Safeway Canada here walked off the job last week in a strike a union official predicted could “put the survival of the Edmonton distribution center in doubt.” The workers, represented by United Food and Commercial Workers Local 401 here, rejected Safeway's latest contract offer against the recommendations of Douglas O'Halloran, the union president. Blockades at the warehouse were ...
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