LCBO employees will walk off job in what union calls ‘Ford’s dry summer’ | Canada Tonight

Thousands of Ontario liquor store employees will walk off the job Friday after contract negotiations between the LCBO and its workers broke down, the workers’ union says. Representatives blamed Premier Doug Ford’s government for the breakdown. CBC’s Mike Crawley reports on the strike, and Ontario’s Opposition leader Marit Stiles weighs in.

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