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    :: Sunday, January 01, 2006 ::

    Contracting out and job security the big fight for labour in 2005 - By Craig Wong, Canadian Press
    But with low inflation and companies looking for greater savings, wages have become less of an issue. The fight against the outsourcing of work and use of contract workers instead of full-time staff was the new battleground for unions this year.
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