Radio Nord using labour dispute to save on local news production, union charges
News | 10/31/2003 5:00 am EST
Union officials in northern Quebec charge that there’s no incentive for Radio Nord Communications inc. to resolve an ongoing labour dispute because the broadcaster is saving money by not producing local news, and using non-unionized employees to air network programming from its facilities.
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