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MTS workers authorize strike

Briefs | 07/03/2013 9:14 pm EDT

About one-third of Manitoba Telecom Services Inc.’s (MTS) Manitoba-based workforce voted to authorize a strike and could walk off the job in two weeks, the Telecommunications Employees Association of Manitoba (TEAM) Local 161 said.

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