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Globe and Mail, union reach tentative deal, averting strike Add to ...

A tentative deal has been reached between The Globe and Mail and its unionized employees, averting a work stoppage at the newspaper in the final hour of negotiations.

Unifor — which represents journalists, ad sales people and administrative staff — says details of the agreement would not be provided until after it’s ratified by union members.

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Howard Law, director of the media sector at Unifor, tweeted that the bargaining team is unanimously recommending approval of the tentative deal.

The union had set a 4 p.m. strike deadline on Wednesday.

The Canadian Press is jointly owned by the parent companies of The Globe, The Toronto Star and Montreal’s La Presse.

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