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BCGEU strike shuts down Sidney liquor store

B.C. liquor store employees observe a one-day strike at the Sidney location. - Devon MacKenzie/News staff
B.C. liquor store employees observe a one-day strike at the Sidney location.
— image credit: Devon MacKenzie/News staff

A one day strike by the B.C. Government and Service Employees' Union shut down the government liquor store in Sidney Sept. 5. According to the union, the one-day work stoppage is being observed by approximately 25,000 BCGEU members province-wide at more than 700 government worksites across B.C.

Essential service levels were guaranteed during the strike, which is being observed by BCGEU workers as a response to the group lacking a contract with the government since last March.

 

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