Hundreds of unionized factory workers were shut out of their factory after airframe producer Avcorp Industries said it locked them out of its Delta, British Columbia, facility starting Sept. 16. According to Avcorp, the collective agreement between it and the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers (Lodge 250) expired March 31 and “the company has been bargaining in good faith since that time. “The prolonged negotiations, the union’s strike mandate ...

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