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CUPE began bargaining a new collective agreement for 3,300 health care workers in Nova Scotia this week.

The union exchanged proposals with the Nova Scotia Association of Hospital Organizations to renew the contract that expired March 31.

CUPE represents workers who perform service, health care and clerical duties in provincial hospitals everywhere except Halifax.

The NSGEU, which represents Capital Health District workers, has applied for binding arbitration.

CUPE negotiators are optimistic they will be able to freely negotiate a collective agreement.