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LCBO staff take another step toward possible strike

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The Ontario Public Service Employees Union says it has requested a no board report from the Ministry of Labour. OPSEU says workers have been stuck in casual positions for decades, working seven days a week and taking home less than $30,000 a year.

Union president Warren (Smokey) Thomas said Premier Kathleen Wynne recently spoke about improving the lives of vulnerable workers, as she announced a $15 minimum wage and other labour reforms, but it hasn’t happened for LCBO staff.

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