Co-Op has accused Unifor of breaking court injunctions filed in December more than 100 times. In a Regina court room yesterday Co-op representatives asked that Unifor be fined a million dollars plus a hundred grand per day that the injunctions continue to be ignored. The injunctions state that locked out members are not allowed to hold up trucks at the refinery for more than ten minutes. Co-op also stated they wanted to see Unifor’s lead negotiator and vice president jailed if the court orders are not followed. Unifor representatives acknowledged that the court orders have not been followed 100 percent, but stated their intent during this debate has always been a return to bargaining.