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Ontario College Strike Continues

With a 95% turnout in the vote among the Ontario Public Service Employees Union, 86% voted to reject the offer presented by the colleges. This, after weeks of negotiations and students being out of the classroom.   Premier Kathleen Wynne

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LCBO Negotiations Continue As Strike Looms

The Liquor Control Board of Ontario and it’s workers are continuing talks on Sunday to avoid a strike threatened by the Ontario Public Service Employees Union to begin at one minute past midnight if no agreement is reached.   There

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Canada Post Lockout And You

Canada Post has issued it’s 72 hour lockout notice to the Canadian Union of Postal Workers. This contract negotiation dispute focuses mostly on the proposed change of workers pension plans from a defined benefit plan to a defined contribution plan.

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