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CTA, Unifor, on opposite sides of anti-scab legislation

Briefs | 11/10/2023 11:47 am EST

The largest telecom lobby group and the union that represents most telecom workers find themselves on opposite sides of the debate over the government’s recently introduced anti-scab legislation. The bill, tabled Thursday, would apply to federally regulated companies such as telecommunications and broadcasting.

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