The blockades are back up at the Co-Op refinery.
Late Friday night, Unifor re-established the blockade saying talks aimed at getting a new deal with Federated Co-Op went nowhere.
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“@CoopRefinery our message is simple until you bargain a fair deal, mark my words we will not be going anywhere. One day longer! One day stronger!,” @ScottDUnifor#BoycottCoop #Unifor pic.twitter.com/OBmYawDSaY
— Unifor (@UniforTheUnion) February 1, 2020
There’s not a truck coming out of this facility again until we get a fair deal.” Unifor’s Scott Doherty said just before midnight on Friday. ” I don’t care how many cops they bring here, we’ll bring more members.
Doherty also claims they made two new proposals to FCL, but zero interest was shown. He is now accusing FCL of trying to break this union and making this union not have a pension plan.”
FCL has made no statements on the matter at this time.