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Local 1670 – NS Liquor Corporation Managers & Assistant Managers Electronic Ratification Vote Results

Dear members of Local 1670, The vote on your tentative agreement ended today at 5:00. Your local has voted to accept the tentative agreement with 92% of those who voted, voting yes. The bargaining committee would like to like to thank you for your support and patience during these negotiations. Nicole A Holland, L […]

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Local 1670: Bargaining Update: Tentative Agreement Reached. Telephone Town Hall Scheduled

Dear members of Local 1670, Your Bargaining Committee reached a tentative agreement with the Employer and is recommending acceptance. On Thursday, April 25 at 7:00 p.m., we are holding a Telephone Town Hall in order to review the tentative agreement with you and to hear any questions or concerns you may have. If you are […]

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Local 1670 – NS Liquor Corporation Managers & Assistant Managers Tentative Agreement Reached

Dear Local 1670 member, Collective bargaining took place April 10th and 11th. Your bargaining committee has reached a tentative agreement with your Employer. The tentative agreement provides improvements in both monetary and non-monetary items. Your bargaining committee is recommending acceptance of this tentative agreement. A Telephone Town Hall will be scheduled in the coming days […]

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Local 1670 – NSLC Managers & Assistant Managers: Bargaining Update: Negotiations Continue

Dear Local 1670 members, Your Bargaining Committee resumed negotiations with your Employer on February 13 and 14. The Bargaining Committee is pleased to advise that important progress was made on a number of issues, however, monetary items remain largely outstanding. Your Bargaining Committee has yet to table its wage and reclassification proposals. Bargaining will resume […]

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John Lohr’s NSLC Policy Wrong Direction for Nova Scotia Families

Progressive Conservative Leadership candidate, John Lohr, claims to be for: people, the economy, and returning integrity to Government, however today’s policy announcement released by his campaign is anything but. By doing away with the public sale of alcohol in Nova Scotia, Mr. Lohr would be throwing away decades of social responsibility experience and would kill […]

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