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This notice is to inform the membership of Local 83 that there will be information sessions across Mainland Nova Scotia to discuss the Carpenters Local 83 Collective Agreement. These are important information sessions, so please make every effort to attend....
Thank you to all members who came out last night to vote on the Local 83 Proposed Collective Agreement at all three locations. After all the ballots where counted, the majority of members were “not” in favour of the proposed...
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