Western Forest Products reaches tentative deal with striking workers

Workers at a Western Forest Products site | Debra Brash/Times Colonist

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What happened: Western Forest Products has reached a tentative deal with striking United Steelworkers members.

Why it matters: If ratified, the deal would conclude an eight-month strike, the longest in B.C. coastal forest history.

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Source: Business in Vancouver

 

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