Kidd Creek strikers stay course despite order
Oct 17, 2005 | 10:52 AM
| Rory Carroll
Vowing to stay on strike as long as it takes to get their demands met, union officials representing workers at Falconbridge Ltd.'s Kidd Creek Metallurgical plant said they were undeterred by an injunction handed down Friday restricting their actions at the site."The guys were down a bit Saturday," a spokesman for Canadian Auto Workers union Local 599 said. "But morale is high." He said the union was planning to introduce picket lines at secondary sites, but declined to say which ones.....
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