Port Hawkesbury union meeting delayed until tomorrow due to “new information”
Today the unionized workers of the Port Hawkesbury mill in Nova Scotia were scheduled to meet again to discuss their contract offer from Pacific West Commercial Corp.
However, that meeting has now been postponed until Sunday (tomorrow).
Steve MacDougall, the recording secretary with CEP Local 972, said they have received new information from the company.
Archie MacLachlan of CEP Local 972 says the proposal from Pacific West Commercial Corp. has changed, but details won’t be publicly provided until the new contract offer is presented to the workers tomorrow.
The Nova Scotia government has spent $27 million to keep the plant ready for a new owner.
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