The Port Arthur Health Centre put out a final contract offer which was being voted on by Unifor Workers.
The result of the vote saw 94% of members reject the deal, in a landslide turnout.
65 Port Arthur Health Centre workers have been on strike since April 9th, and are striking for better working conditions, insufficient compensation, and to end precarious work contracts.
TRCCTB was told that the contract offer had some people making less than what minimum wage will become January 1, 2018, when it rises to 15$ an hour.
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