Provincial Crown Attorneys Ratify Four-Year Deal
The province’s Crown Attorneys have ratified a four-year deal in a vote that was held over the weekend.
The agreement imposes a wage freeze for the first two years, followed by increases that total three per cent in the last two years.
The 85 members of the Nova Scotia Crown Attorneys’ Association voted 82 per cent in favour of the deal on Saturday.
Association President Peter Craig says the new contract will also see the elimination of long-service awards but adds members will keep what has been accumulated.
He goes on to say the agreement includes a 30-year extension of the framework agreement for Crown Attorneys.