New Contract for Dawson Creek City Workers

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By Dwight Ford

City workers in Dawson Creek have a new three year contract, which carries a total wage increase of 7.5 percent.

They’ll get two percent this year, two and half percent next year and three percent in 2012.

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The agreement, which expires on December 31st of 2012, also gives management more flexibility in scheduling aquatics employees.

The workers are represented by the Canadian Union of Public Employees.


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