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Compass Minerals' Canada Mine Union Votes on Changes

8:59 AM MDT | August 29, 2012 | Lindsay Frost

Compass Minerals’ subsidiary Sifto Canada Corp. (Ontario) has made a tentative agreement with the the labor union that represents employees at its salt mine at Goderich, Ontario. Output at the site has been reduced for several days due to a worker strike. The company says the mine will continue to produce and ship rock salt to customers at the already reduced rates until the union accepts the agreement and returns to work. “We’re pleased that we could work with union negotiators to reach a mutually beneficial tentative agreement on all matters...

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