TORONTO — Loblaw here said the growth of nonunion competition in Canada is forcing the company's hand in its negotiations with labor unions. As previously reported, the company is in the midst of contract talks with four locals of the United Food and Commercial Workers Union covering nearly 30,000 workers. The workers have already authorized a strike but have not yet taken any action. “I like being the best payer in the industry, but I also want to give the best customer service, and to ...

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