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(Fr. ʒɔ̃ˈkyɛr)

a city in S Quebec, in E Canada. 58,467.
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A month after being forced to sign a first contract with the United Food and Commercial Workers (UFCW), representing workers in Jonquiere, Quebec, the company shut the store.
Researchers Bruno Bourassa and Danny Jean, Rio Tinto Alcan, Arvida Research and Development Center, Jonquiere, Quebec, Canada; and J.
Norampac operates three folding carton converting facilities located in Cobourg, Ontario, Mississauga, Ontario and Winnipeg, Manitoba, along with a Solid Bleached Sulfate substitute mill located in Jonquiere, Quebec and a Coated Recycled Board mill located in East Angus, Quebec.
Workers at a Walmart store in Jonquiere, Quebec, about 290 miles north of Montreal, were organized in 2004 by the United Food and Commercial Workers, or UFCW, becoming the U.
The 2004 Wal-Town tour began in Jonquiere, Quebec, the site of the first unionized Wal-Mart--which has since been shut down--and moved westward to British Columbia.
This union-busting company closed its store in Jonquiere, Quebec, just as United Food and Commercial Workers Local 503 was about to certify employees.
Yet not until September 2004 did a majority of Wal-Mart employees ever vote to become union members, in Jonquiere, Quebec.
Only one of them was successful, in Jonquiere, Quebec.
SDM has developed smaller versions featuring just six or seven high-end vendors, and the business done on the first Saturday after the opening of a compact-version boutique in Jonquiere, Quebec, demonstrated that there is a place for the boutiques even in towns of modest size.
An unexpected destination for the beauty boutiques is small-town stores after a successful foray into Jonquiere, Quebec.
Wal-Mart Canada has closed its only unionized store in Canada, in Jonquiere, Quebec, ahead of schedule.
Last month, Wal-Mart said it would shut down its discount store in Jonquiere, Quebec, as workers there edged closer to becoming the first to win a union contract from the retailer.