Labour expert says Saskatoon Co-op and its workers face challenges if contract is ratified
Saskatoon Co-op workers have been on strike for five months. Today they get to decide if they go back to work. The two sides reached a tentative agreement over the weekend. And workers are voting on it today. If it is ratified, workers could be back on the job this week. But what is it going to take to ease the tension and resentment that has built up over months on the picket line? And how is Co-op going to win back customers. Scott Walsworth is a labour and industrial relations professor at the Edwards School of Business at the University of Saskatchewan. He spoke with CBC's Jennifer Quesnel.