Steelworkers win solid wage gains in agreement with Bon-L Canada Inc.

    TORONTO, Sept. 6 /CNW/ - Members of the United Steelworkers (USW), local
2784 in Pickering, have voted in favour of a three-year agreement with Bon-L
Canada Inc. that increases wages by 2.25 per cent in each year of the
    USW Ontario/Atlantic Director Wayne Fraser praised the negotiating
committee for standing up to Bon-L's demand for benefit concessions.
    Bon-L is part of the US-owned William L. Bonnell Company, which in turn
is owned by Tredegar Corporation, a global manufacturer of plastic films and
aluminum extrusions. The Pickering facility makes aluminum extrusions for
industrial, residential, commercial and automotive industries.

    The USW is Canada's most diverse union, representing more than 280,000
men and women working in every sector of Canada's economy.

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