Western Forest Products, union disagree over mediator as strike drags on

Approximately 2,600 forest workers are on strike. (USW 1-1937/Facebook)

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Western Forests Products and the union representing about 2,600 striking forest workers in British Columbia say both sides want to begin negotiations but can't agree on a mediator.

The strike began on July 1 and involves hourly employees and contractors, affecting the company's six mills and its timberland operations in the province.

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Source: CBC News

 

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