To what extent isn’t a fact yet, but Unifor Canada tweeted on Monday that striking Saskatchewan Crown workers plan to escalate job action this week, if a return to the bargaining table doesn’t happen.
As job action enters it’s third week we’ve seen DirectWest return to the bargaining table and the Water Security Agency agree to a tentative deal, however major Crowns like SaskTel, SaskPower and SaskEnergy remain at an impasse with the province.
"#SaskCrowns workers will escalate job action across Saskatchewan this week unless @PremierScottMoe gets the employers back to the table to bargain a fair deal," says Unifor’s @Chrisatunifor. #skpoli pic.twitter.com/TIrWHsshN2
— Unifor Canada (@UniforTheUnion) October 14, 2019
A full strike began October 4th after a week of a work to rule campaign, Unifor’s Ian Boyko said Monday morning there would be strike action at 355 N Longman Crescent in Regina to start the work-week.