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ATU local 1374 on strike soon

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ATU local 1374 on strike soon

Postby wonderer » Thu May 17, 2007 3:50 pm

Another forum for someone to start with ATU local 1374 going out on strike - the Greyhound Canada baraining unit employees representing drivers, mechanics, terminal staff and owner/operators primarily in Western Canada, totaling approximately 1,150 employees. This includes 85 part-time employees.

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Postby NC » Sat May 19, 2007 11:50 am


Bloomberg News

Laidlaw International Inc.’ s Greyhound Lines suspended bus service in four western provinces of Canada yesterday after 1,150 drivers and mechanics walked out on the eve of the first long weekend of summer. The strike against Canada’s largest intercity bus operator halted passenger travel and package delivery in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta and British Columbia, Torontobased Greyhound Canada said in a statement. The job action by Amalgamated Transit Union Local 1374 comes as FirstGroup PLC decides whether to keep Greyhound after buying Naperville, Ill.-based Laidlaw for US$2.8-billion. FirstGroup, based in Aberdeen, Scotland, acquired Laidlaw to add its school-bus operations, the largest in the United States. “The lines of communication are open,â€

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