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Unifor's National President dissapointed are allowing trucks through picket line, and stopping workers from picketing.
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Lorne Hilton Feb 7
The police should be embarrassed by their actions. Maybe try to show some support for Unifor.
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Vaporisor Feb 7
The police must remain unbiased in things like labor disputes, but I cannot think how much more accepting of unifor they can be than letting the law being broken and staying to an observation only position?
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Terry Langman Feb 7
I see a lawsuit in the future.
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Jordan Feb 7
Being a lockout and unwillingness to bargain in good faith I think there will be a court decision in favor of the union eventually. That or binding arbitration.
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Danny Warrack Feb 7
Scumbag union pimp Jerry Dias
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Tricia Riviere Feb 7
The union created these conditions with their actions. I’ve never seen nor heard of such antics from a union. The real losers in all this are the citizens of Regina, the police aren’t able to do their real job. They have to babysit all day.
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Ryan Feb 8
I cannot believe it has taken the police this long to act. Unbelievable that you can stop a business from operating.
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Vaporisor Feb 7
So far they have managed to get to a position where they are offering a bargain worse than what was being offered by FCL. A large amount of public outcrying, criminal records and massive amounts of fine. So yeah, must be a success? So keep that pressure up I suppose...
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