Vancouver Island forestry workers now voting on ending strike

Ballots will be tabulated through the night and a decision could come as early Saturday morning, according to the union. (CTV News)

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VICTORIA -- Thousands of striking forestry workers will cast ballots over the next two days in a vote that could mark the end of a historic labour dispute.

The United Steelworkers union representing thousands of Western Forest Products (WFP) employees has been engaged in a nearly eight-month strike with the company. 


Source: CTV News


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