Three new tentative agreements reached in Domtar operations in Dryden and Ear Falls


CEPDRYDEN – Stephen Boon, CEP National Representative, confirms three new tentative agreements were reached Wednesday covering over 500 members from CEP Locals 105-1, 105-3 and 324 at Domtar’s Pulp Mill and Woodlands Operations in Dryden.

Boon stated, “After almost 40 days of fairly challenging negotiations over the last nine months, we are pleased to have finally reached new tentative agreements with Domtar that we are able to bring back and recommend to our Mill and Woodlands Members in Dryden and Ear Falls. We will not be releasing any further information until we have had an opportunity to present the details of these agreements to our members at a series of meetings scheduled over the few weeks”.

Boon said CEP Local 324 will be holding information meetings for its 300 Woodlands Members on Sunday, July 15th at 2PM in Dryden and 7PM in Ear Falls. Local 105-1 and 105-3 will be holding information meetings for about 200 Mill and Office Members on Thursday, July 19th in Dryden at 2PM and 7PM. Final voting is scheduled to take place for all Locals on July 26th.

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