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Wal-Mart intimidated unionists, board rules [Canada]

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Author: Lia Lévesque, Canadian Press

La Commission des relations de travail du Québec vient d'ordonner à Wal-Mart Canada de "cesser d'intimider et de harceler" des employés favorables à la syndicalisation à son magasin de Sainte-Foy.

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25 February 2005

Once again, Wal-Mart is reprimanded by a labour tribunal [Canada]

Author: United Food & Commercial Workers Union Canada

In a decision dated February 24, 2005, the Québec Labour Relations Board found Wal-Mart guilty of trying to interfere with the formation of a union at its Ste-Foy store... [and] ordered Wal-Mart to cease intimidating and harassing its employees who are in favour of having a union.

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25 February 2005

Wal-Mart intimidated unionists, board rules [Canada]

Author: Bertrand Marotte, Globe and Mail [Canada]

The Quebec Labour Relations Board has ordered retailing titan Wal-Mart to stop intimidating and harassing employees who are trying to organize fellow workers at a store in the Quebec City suburb of Ste-Foy...Andrew Pelletier, a spokesman for Wal-Mart Canada Corp., said the company will comply with the labour board's decision. "Our position has not changed, however. We have always maintained we do not intimidate people..."

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