MONTREAL - Canadian supermarket operator Metro in a statement Monday said it was “disappointed” by more than 300 union workers who called a strike at Metro‘s grocery warehouse here Friday. “We regret this situation especially since Metro generally enjoys excellent relations with its workforce and its unions,” the retailer said in a statement. “Our proposal does not warrant a strike since it offers the best conditions in the Quebec food distribution industry.” Around 315 workers, represented ...

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