Halifax public library workers move to conciliation after contract talks stall

If agreement is not reached through conciliation, workers could choose to strike

CBC NewsTaryn Grant

For the first time in its history, the union representing public library workers across Halifax has filed for conciliation in an effort to reach a new collective agreement.

Local 14 of the Nova Scotia Union of Public and Private Employees, which represents librarians, library assistants, and administrative, technical and maintenance staff, started negotiating with Halifax Public Libraries last fall, about half a year after their last contract expired.

Union local vice-president Shelby Whynot said…

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CBC NewsTaryn Grant, Posted: Jul 10, 2024 5:00 AM EDT | Last Updated: 5 minutes ago
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