Nearly 500 civilian employees of Military bases in Ontario and Quebec have been on strike since January 15. The strike affects base workers in Petawawa, Kingston, Valcartier, Montréal St-Jean and Bagotville, as well as others whose jobs are in Ottawa.
In an email, the OPS confirmed to CBC that a person had been arrested during a protest in the area and that their investigation was continuing.
Nearly 500 civilian employees at military bases in Ontario and Quebec have been on strike since the 15th January.
The strike affects workers on the bases of Petawawa, Kingston, Valcartier, Montréal St-Jean and Bagotville, as well as other people whose jobs are in Ottawa. Workers deliver programs through Canadian Forces Morale and Welfare Services (CFMWS).
The union said it wanted a fair national pay scale.
The strike action caused closures of roads in the area Wednesday morning.
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