Labour peace at Mont Tremblant casino; still no deal in Montreal

Looks like there'll be labour peace for a while at the Mont-Tremblant casino.

Over 100 unionized workers have approved a new labour contract.

It's a four year-deal ending March 31, 2017, with annual wage increases of 2 percent.

It affects croupiers, electronic game attendants as well as employees in the customer service, catering and security departments.

The deal also contains various bonuses.

Casino croupiers in Montreal and Lac-Leamy, meantime, who have also been without a contract since March 2013, have stepped up their pressure tactics by refusing to do any overtime.

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