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Members of CUPE local 1001 - the custodial, maintenance and food service workers of the University of Windsor in Ontario - have signed a new three year collective agreement.

The contract gives full-time workers a six per cent wage increase over three years - one per cent every six months. The wages of part timers wont increase, but they will receive a lump sum payment of $100 on December in each year in the contract.

The local represents 149 part timers - many of them students - and 117 full timers. Their wages range from $8.50 an hour for starting part-time food service workers to $17.54 an hour for full-time stock clerks, who take in and distribute materials delivered to the university.

The new contract kicks starts August 1, 1998.

The president of Local 1001 is John McGinley. The National Representative working with the local is Laura Moore.