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Postby NC » Mon Feb 11, 2013 1:02 pm

Another Wal-Mart pending decertification in Saint-Hyacinthe, Que. A new one to watch as Quebec is historically union central.
MONTREAL—A rare labour victory in organizing workers at a Wal-Mart in Quebec is in jeopardy as those very workers seek to show their union the door.

It’s an ironic twist for the United Food and Commercial Workers union after battling for so long to unionize Wal-Mart’s Canadian stores, attracting international attention in the process.

Employees at the Wal-Mart outlet in Saint-Hyacinthe, Que., the first store to successfully sign a collective agreement and stay open in Canada, have filed a request to decertify the union.

A decision on the matter could come as early as this week. The Quebec Labour Relations Commission has also scheduled a hearing for next Monday. The request was made in February.

The high-profile decertification effort comes at a time when unionization in Quebec, among the most union-friendly provinces, is starting to dip.

Unlike in many other provinces and states, however, unions in Quebec still play a central role in civil society and politics.
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