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January 24 2016 8:46pm

Union accuses Halifax Chronicle Herald of union busting

Sun, Jan 24: Canada’s largest independent daily newspaper says it will continue to print, despite a work stoppage in the newsroom. The union for editorial staff at the Halifax Chronicle Herald says workers went on strike at midnight, after talks broke down this week. The Halifax Typographical Union accuses the paper of union busting, but the Herald says it’s just trying to cope with economic challenges. Ross Lord reports.

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