Labor dispute resolved at Candu Energy

Candu Energy Inc. on Sept. 11 said it has reached collective agreements with all its workers represented by the Society of Professional Engineers & Associates (SPEA). SPEA-represented employees returned to work during the last week of August.

More than 700 employees of Candu Energy walked off the job July 9 after attempts to reach a contractual agreement failed.

Candu Energy Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary of SNC-Lavalin (TSX: SNC), is a full-service nuclear technology company providing nuclear power reactors and nuclear products and services to customers worldwide. Candu reactors supply about 16 percent of Canada’s overall electricity requirements.

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