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Source: Creeden Martell, CBC News, January 29, 2020

Unifor president Jerry Dias has also suggested binding arbitration as a possible solution to lockout

The union representing locked-out workers at the Co-op Refinery Complex in Regina has made a counter-proposal to the refinery’s owner and says it wants to get back to the bargaining table Thursday morning.

Unifor president Jerry Dias said on Wednesday that the union would also remove blockades and fences obstructing entrances and exits to the refinery, in compliance with a court injunction — but only if Federated Co-operatives Ltd., which owns the refinery, agrees to bargain.

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