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Saturday, June 28, 2014

Quebec unionized Wal-Mart workers win Supreme Court victory

Wal-Mart has long been the most high-profile example of an anti-union workplace, citing the principle of Christian servitude as a substitute for a union. However, the speed with which any outlet heading in a union direction closes down suggests that the issue has far more to do with keeping costs down.

While the Supreme Court ruling is a victory for unions and all retail workers in Canada, the corporate power of Wal-Mart and the Harper government's anti-union stance will likely win the day.

>>>Quebec unionized Wal-Mart workers win Supreme Court victory - CBC News<<<

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