Airport workers vote Monday on tentative agreement

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Airport workers in St. John’s who have been on strike since last September will vote Monday on a tentative deal reached earlier this month with the St. John’s International Airport Authority.

A spokesman for the Public Service Alliance of Canada’s Union of Canadian Transportation Employees Local 90916 said the outcome of Monday’s vote would likely be known before the end of the night.

A tentative agreement was announced on July 9 by both sides involved in the 10-month labour dispute.

For more on this story, read Monday’s edition of The Telegram.

Organizations: International Airport Authority, Public Service Alliance of Canada, Union of Canadian Transportation Employees Local

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  • Huck
    July 22, 2013 - 02:51

    As a frequent traveller using the airport, it hasn't been readily apparent to me that the airport is suffering any ill effects as the result of this strike. Just what type of work were these people doing prior to the strike??

  • Huck
    July 21, 2013 - 17:34

    Somebody is on strike at the airport? It can't be anyone important, I haven't seen any drop in the level of service over the past year.