Nfld. & Labrador

Happy Valley-Goose Bay workers accept tentative deal, lockout ended

Workers in Happy Valley-Goose Bay will be going back to work, as the union accepted a tentative deal on Thursday.
CUPE members in Happy Valley-Goose Bay voted to accept a tentative agreement with the town on Thursday, meaning locked out workers will be back on the job. (CBC)

Locked out workers in Happy Valley-Goose Bay will be going back to work, as the union has accepted a tentative deal with the town.

CUPE members voted to accept the tentative agreement, hammered out earlier Thursday.

No immediate details about the agreement have been released.

Town management is putting together a schedule for the employees to resume work.

Workers with the town were locked out on Jan. 13.


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