A conciliator is set to sit down with both sides in the Manitoba Public Insurance strike today.
The Manitoba Government and General Employees Union - which represents the 1,700 striking workers - says this week marks four years since its members last got a raise.
It is accusing M-P-I of disrespecting workers who have contributed to the corporation's ``success and prosperity.''
M-P-I board chair Ward Keith is blaming the union for the strike, which is in its fourth week.
with files from the Canadian Press