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Kruger mill in Newfoundland withdraws from negotiations, union to vote on offer

The corporate logo of Kruger Inc. is shown. THE CANADIAN PRESS/HO

CORNER BROOK, N.L. - A western Newfoundland newsprint mill walked away from negotiations with its employees Friday night.

Kruger Inc., the Montreal-based company that owns the Corner Brook Pulp and Paper mill, and the Communications, Energy and Paperworkers union traded proposals as a midnight deadline approached.

The union will now arrange meetings to vote on a new offer.

Premier Kathy Dunderdale has said that even an agreement might not be enough to save the mill, which is on the verge of bankruptcy.

(VOCM)

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