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Wal-Mart has lost a bid to stop the Saskatchewan Labor Relations Board from hearing cases related to efforts to unionize stores in the province.

A judge rejected claims that the Board was biased against the company and there were attempts to interfere with it’s operations.

The United Food and Commercial Workers Union has applied to the Labor Relations Board for certification to unionize Wal-Mart stores in Weyburn, North Battleford, and Moose Jaw.

Those applications have been delayed by legal wrangling.