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PotashCorp Reaches Tentative Agreement with Striking Workers

11:44 AM MST | November 18, 2008 | Chemical Week Editorial Staff

Doyle: Offering a bonus. PotashCorp says it has reached a tentative agreement with roughly 500 striking employees at its Allan, Cory, and Patience Lake potash operations in Saskatchewan. Details of the agreement will not be released until the employees involved have a chance to review them and vote on the package, says United Steelworkers’ Union (USW; Saskatoon, SK), which represents the striking workers. The workers initiated the strike on August 7, charging that the company pays lower wages than many other major mining operations despite receiving...

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