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Caesars Windsor workers ratify new three-year contract ending 60-day strike

WINDSOR—Caesars Windsor says the casino resort will reopen on Thursday now that striking workers have agreed to a new contract.

Spokesperson Susanne Tomkins says workers approved a new contract in voting Monday in Windsor, Ont.

Caesars Windsor says the casino resort will reopen on Thursday now that striking workers have agreed to a new contract.
Caesars Windsor says the casino resort will reopen on Thursday now that striking workers have agreed to a new contract.   ( Caesars Windsor/Twitter )

Unifor Local 444 says the three-year agreement was ratified by 75 per cent of members, ending the 60-day strike.

Concerts were postponed and hotel reservations cancelled after about 2,300 employees — including dealers, cooks, housekeepers and janitors — walked off the job in early April.

Issues in the labour dispute included wages and working conditions.

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