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Workers at Loblaw Cos. Ltd.'s Dominion stores in Newfoundland and Labrador have ratified a collective agreement, Loblaw said yesterday. The company in November locked out 1,600 workers at the 15 Dominion stores after the employees staged rotating walkouts to protest the company's demand for wage and benefit concessions. A Canadian Auto Workers spokesman told Dow Jones the three-year agreement includes wage increases, changes to the pension plan and the addition of benefits for part-time employees. The stores are to reopen today.

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