Labour Dispute Resolved at ArcelorMittal Canada
ArcelorMittal Mines and Infrastructure Canada confirmed that its workers ratified the agreement in principle reached between the company's
ArcelorMittal Mines and Infrastructure Canada confirmed that its workers ratified the agreement in principle reached between the company's management and the negotiating committees of the five local unions of the United Steelworkers. The labour dispute that began on May 10 has ended in accordance with the back-to-work protocol agreed to by the two parties. The new four-year collective labour agreement will provide stability for both employees and all the company's partners.
ArcelorMittal subsidiaries ArcelorMittal Infrastructure Canada GP and ArcelorMittal Mining Canada GP are two complementary entities operating on Quebec's North Shore. AMIC ensures the transport of concentrate between Mont-Wright and Port-Cartier, and operates a seaport in Port-Cartier to transport and ship AMMC's products to four continents. AMMC produces iron oxide concentrate and pellets for the steel market. The two companies employ approximately 2,500 people