N.B. nursing home unions seek $4 per hour wage hike to address labour shortages

The New Brunswick Council of Nursing Home Unions is calling on the provincial government to increase wages for workers in long-term care homes by $4 per hour. (File photo) The New Brunswick Council of Nursing Home Unions is calling on the provincial government to increase wages for workers in long-term care homes by $4 per hour. (File photo)

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