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Mediator Appointed in University of Victoria Dispute
9/3/2019 9:20:27 AM
Description: A mediator was recently appointed by the Labour Relations Board in the dispute between the University of Victoria and the CUPE 4163. The goal is to get the mediator to assist in resolving the last few issues remaining in the ongoing contract


Farm Debt Mediation Could Help Bankrupt Farmers
7/30/2019 12:14:09 PM
Description: Relief could be in the works for New Zealand’s bankruptcy farmers. Many farmers lost everything they owned and were put on the street after bankers evicted them from their properties. In many cases, police had to be called due to claims of


Princeton Mill Strike Could Be Averted with Mediation
12/5/2018 2:48:46 PM
Description: The two sides involved in the dispute concerning Princeton’s Weyerhaeuser Mill think that mediation could be the key to helping them avoid a strike. Both sides are ready and willing to participate in meetings.   According to Jeff Roos,


Canadian Forestry Workers to Use Mediation to Settle Dispute
11/28/2018 12:55:40 PM
Description: Ninety eight percent of the United Steelworker members working in the forestry industry in the southern interior have agreed to strike, but will first attempt mediation to resolve the ongoing dispute. The mediation talks will be handled by the BC