WINNIPEG - The strike by Manitoba liquor workers which began over a month ago could be nearing an end.
Liquor and Lotteries and the union representing its 1,400 employees have struck a tentative agreement.
The Manitoba General Employees’ Union is recommending its members vote in favour of the four year deal.
Meanwhile, Manitoba Public Insurance says it’s preparing for a walkout by its 1,700 workers after the MGEU rejected its latest contract offer.
The union has also rejected MPI’s offer to go to binding arbitration.