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Illegal strike at the SKDK branch

Due to the indefinite general strike that began last week, the strike at the Société québécoise du cannabis (SQDC) branch in Aylmer, Outaouais, has been declared illegal by the Administrative Labor Tribunal (TAT).

“The GKDK has always recognized the right to strike under the Labor Code. However, as far as the Aylmer branch is concerned, the accreditation to this branch was granted on April 28th and CUPE 5454 did not send the employer a notice of the deal, which is in accordance with the requirements of the TC for this accreditation, the right to strike will only be acquired on October 25th, 2022. , – explained in a press release from SQDC.

Under the TAT decision, employees will have no choice but to return to work on Sunday.

“SQDC wants to maintain a healthy working climate in its branches and employees will be well received when they return to work,” added the state-owned company, which has 90 branches, half of which are non-union. The current labor dispute affects only 22 of the 28 branches represented by CUPE.

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