Canada’s Supreme Court has upheld an arbitrator’s ruling determining that Wal-Mart Stores violated provincial labor laws when it closed a store in Jonquierre, Quebec, shortly after workers at that store gained union representation. The court on Friday sent the case back the arbitrator to decide upon a remedy for the 190 workers who lost their jobs when the store closed in 2005. The workers are represented by United Food and Commercial Workers Local 503, which in 2004 won a long ...
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