Tentative deal reached in strike of support staff, maintenance at Winnipeg airport
About 150 unionized support staff, maintenance workers and others walked off the job on July 24. (File image)
The Canadian Press
Published Tuesday, October 3, 2017 10:12AM CST
Last Updated Tuesday, October 3, 2017 10:14AM CST
A tentative deal has been reached in a strike at Winnipeg's Richardson International Airport.
About 150 unionized support staff, maintenance workers and others walked off the job on July 24.
The prairie unit of the Public Service Alliance of Canada says they are recommending acceptance of the pact.
Ratification votes are scheduled for Wednesday.
The union says no details on the tentative agreement will be released until the members have an opportunity to meet and vote on it.
It says if the agreement is ratified, union members will be back on the job on Thursday.