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Yellow Pages Lockout settled; sales representatives in the province of Quebec to return to work immediately.

Montreal, Quebec, November 18, 2018 – Yellow Pages Limited (TSX: Y) (“Yellow Pages” or the “Company”) announced today that its sales representatives in the province of Quebec have ratified a new, three-year collective bargaining agreement and are scheduled to return to work immediately. 

“We are gratified by the support that our colleagues in Quebec have demonstrated in ratifying a new, three-year collective agreement,” commented David Eckert, President and Chief Executive Officer of Yellow Pages. “Our new agreement gives the Company important new flexibility to operate in our highly competitive marketplace and allows us to reward our dedicated sales teams for great performance in generating profitable revenue.  Entering into this new agreement is a key milestone in our progress to serving our customers exceedingly well and producing maximum positive results.” 

About Yellow Pages Limited

Yellow Pages Limited (TSX: Y) is a Canadian digital media and marketing company that creates opportunities for buyers and sellers to interact and transact in the local economy.  Yellow Pages holds some of Canada’s leading local online properties including YP.ca, Canada411.ca411.ca and Bookenda.com.  The Company also holds the YP, YP Shopwise, YP Dine, Canada411, 411 and Bookenda mobile applications and Yellow Pages print directories.  For more information visit www.corporate.yp.ca.

Contact: 
John Ireland
Senior Vice-President,
Organizational Effectiveness
communications@pj.ca

Investor Relations: 
Franco Sciannamblo
Senior Vice-President, Chief Financial Officer
investors@yp.ca

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