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Today Ches Crosbie, Progressive Conservative Leader and MHA-elect for Windsor Lake, is welcoming the call for the House of Assembly to be immediately opened to debate potential solutions in the Unifor-D-J Composites labour dispute.
Tuesday, October 2, 2018

St. John’s, NL (October 2, 2018) – Today Ches Crosbie, Progressive Conservative Leader and MHA-elect for Windsor Lake, is welcoming the call for the House of Assembly to be immediately opened to debate potential solutions in the Unifor-D-J Composites labour dispute. 

“The on-going labour dispute between Unifor and D-J Composites is now exceeding 650 days, and still no resolution has been reached,” said Crosbie

“It is time for Premier Ball to take action, immediately open up the House of Assembly, and allow debate to commence on potential solutions to this dispute.”

Crosbie refers to recent comments made by Unifor leader Jerry Dias to CBC News, in which Dias expressed frustration towards the Ball Liberal government for their failure to respond to this dispute despite previous requests.

“It is shocking that the Premier has refused, until this point, to sit down and listen to concerns expressed by representatives of local workers,” added Crosbie

“Our Progressive Conservative Party will continue to advocate for the rights of workers, while working with private enterprise to ensure economic growth for Newfoundland and Labrador.”   

 

Contact: 
Devin Drover
Communications Chair
709.222.9092.
Devin@ChesCrosbie.ca

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