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Transit lockout

E912EAC366D844340A470C67BDA9.jpgThe City of Moncton locks out its transit workers after nearly three months of route cancellations and disruptions due to a contract dispute.

Jonna talks to city spokesperson Paul Thomson.

George Turple is the president of the Amalgamated Transit Union local representing the workers.

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