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|Canadian Labour Reporter|Last Updated: 08/07/2013

Union ratifies collective agreement with Manitoba telecom service

WINNIPEG — Telecommunications workers in Winnipeg will be getting a wage increase after ratifying their collective agreement with the company.

Manitoba Telecom Services (MTS) and more than 1,200 of their professional and managerial staff, represented by the Telecommunications Employees Association of Manitoba (TEAM), agreed to the deal on July 29.