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Saint John – CUPE Local 1866, which represents 114 employees at the Workers Health and Safety Compensation Commission, reached a tentative agreement late this week.

CUPE 1866 has been in negotiations with the WHSCC since February 2008.

We are satisfied with the agreement we have reached’, said Valerie Parks-Hall, President of CUPE Local 1866.

The details of the tentative agreement will not be released before the ratification vote on Monday.

CUPE 1866 represents workers at the WHSCC head office in Saint John, the Rehabilitation Centre in Grand Bay and regional offices in Grand Falls, Bathurst and Moncton.

Their collective agreement expired in December 2007.

For more information: Valerie Parks-Hall, President CUPE 1866, 506-647-1789
Tom Steep, CUPE Representative, 506-4614006