Western Forest Products rejects well-known mediator after asking for help: union

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The union representing as many as 3,000 British Columbia forest industry workers on strike at Western Forest Products says now that it's willing to work with a mediator, the company has rejected the plan.

The strike began July 1 and involves the firm's timberland operators and contractors and affects all of its manufacturing and timberland operations in the province.

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Source: CTV News

 

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