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Sunday, March 27, 2011

Brewery Workers Go Back To Work

An agreement has been reached between Moosehead Brewery and the 172 unionized employees who took to the picket line five weeks ago.

The dispute centred on Moosehead wanting to stop fully covering post-retirement medical benefits.

A deal was reached yesterday and the workers will be back on the job tonight.

Details have not been released but the deal is expected to be ratified on Wednesday.

Guests Get A Glimpse of QPlex

Partners, sponsors, and some dignitaries getting an early look at the nearly finished QPlex out in Quispamsis.

A reception being held along with a exhibition hockey game by the KV Hockey League.

Quispamsis Mayor Murray Driscoll tells CHSJ News the grand opening will be held in May or early June but the public will have access to the rink and walking track beginning on April 4th.

Historic Buildings Get New Owner

Some historic structures in Uptown Saint John will soon have new owners.

CHSJ News learning that the Chubb's building at Prince William and Princess Streets has been sold.

Another building on Prince William Street closer to King Street will also have new ownership, it's currently home to Compu College.

The buildings have different owners but, it's not known who they are.The sale on the Chubb's building will be complete by the end of the month, the closing date for 91 Prince William is early next month.