Wednesday, July 1, 2009

Globe and Mail strike deadline moved to midnight Thursday

Talks between the Globe and Mail's management and the union representing 480 of its workers have been extended for two days until midnight Thursday night. In a statement, the union said "there will be no strike, lockout or work-to-rule action earlier than midnight Thursday." Veteran Toronto mediator William Kaplan, who has arbitrated talks between Air Canada and its unions, will oversee the last-minute negotiations

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