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OPSEU sets up strike headquarters outside LCBO head office

The union representing thousands of liquor store employees in Ontario has opened up a strike headquarters directly across from the LCBO's head office in Toronto ahead of a possible labour disruption next week.
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Union representing LCBO workers sets up strike headquarters in downtown Toronto

Watch coverage of the official opening from Global News at Noon

LCBO strike looming this weekend

Celebrating Canada Day with a little spirit, or for that matter beer or wine, could get harder if a looming LCBO strike goes ahead on Monday. Workers at liquor stores across the province can walk off the job at 12:01 a.m. that morning. Gareth Jones, a regional vice-president with OPSEU, the union representing workers, said they want to keep negotiating but are also prepared to walk out.

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Union sets up strike headquarters outside LCBO head office days before deadline

The union representing LCBO staff has set up strike headquarters outside the Crown corporation’s head office in downtown Toronto just days before a possible work disruption. LCBO employees are in a legal strike position as of 12:01 a.m. on Monday, June 26 if a labour deal isn’t reached by then.

Read the full story from Global News and AM640