Striking workers and union officials are shown outside the Iqaluit Housing Authority office. From left, Paul Gordon, NEU president Jason Rochon, Kenny Enuaraq, Geela Kango, Joanasie Kilabuk,
Ken Braun, Tracey Curley and Public Service Alliance of Canada representatives Laneydi Martinez Alfonso and Mary Anne Walker. (Photo courtesy of the Nunavut Employees Union)
Housing authority hasn't said how it will provide maintenance during work stoppage; no details from union on wages
With its unionized workers on the picket line for close to a week now, the Iqaluit Housing Authority assures tenants it’s still maintaining the 540 units it manages in the city, but won’t explain how that’s happening. Meanwhile, the union still won’t tell the public exactly what it wants from the authority in order to...