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August 11, 2011

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Cultus Lake workers vote for strike

CULTUS LAKE – Cultus Lake Park Board workers have voted 90 per cent in favour of strike action. The CUPE 458 members have been in contract negotiations since May 10.

The 13 workers in the bargaining unit look after public buildings, maintain roads and grounds as well as the water and sewage system in Cultus Lake Park.  They also maintain a campground with more than 600 campsites.


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