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Toronto transit workers vote in favour of ratifying new contract with TTC – Toronto

By Staff The Canadian Press Posted June 19, 2024 9:54 am 1 min read Descrease article font size Increase article font size Members of the union representing nearly 12,000 public transit workers in Toronto have voted to ratify their new contract. ATU Local 113 says workers voted more than 80 …

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TTC strike avoided after last minute deal reached with union

A last-minute deal between the TTC and the union representing almost 12,000 transit workers has been reached, avoiding a crippling shutdown of buses, streetcars and subways. TTC service is running as normal in Toronto on Friday. “I am extremely pleased that we’ve been able to reach a tentative framework settlement …

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Metrolinx preparing ‘contingencies’ if TTC strike goes ahead

Descrease article font size Increase article font size Ontario’s provincial transit agency says it has “contingencies” in place if transit drivers in Toronto go ahead with a potential strike on Friday. Metrolinx, which runs GO trains, buses and the UP Express in and around Toronto, said it was preparing for …

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Appeal court upholds TTC workers’ right to strike, as potential job action looms – Toronto

By Staff The Canadian Press Posted May 23, 2024 12:47 pm 1 min read Descrease article font size Increase article font size Ontario’s top court has upheld the right of Toronto Transit Commission workers to strike, a decision that comes just days before potential job action. The Court of Appeal …

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Girl sexually assaulted on Toronto transit bus: police – Toronto

Descrease article font size Increase article font size A man is wanted after a girl was sexually assaulted on a Toronto transit bus earlier this week, police say. Toronto police said they responded to a call for a sex assault in the Acorn Avenue and Dundas Street West area, which …

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TTC avoids strike after reaching tentative agreement with trades, electrical workers – Toronto

Descrease article font size Increase article font size A strike has been averted after the TTC and the union representing more than 650 trades and electrical workers reached a tentative agreement. CUPE Local 2 said a tentative agreement was reached early Monday after an “intense” weekend of negotiations. “This tentative …

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Video of forceful arrest by Toronto police officers on TTC raises concerns

Descrease article font size Increase article font size Video of a forceful arrest on a TTC subway train circulating on social media is leading to questions about the need for such a severe response. Toronto police say they are aware of the video and that the “Professional Standards Unit is …

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Toronto police seek suspects involved in assault, attempted robbery on TTC bus – Toronto

Descrease article font size Increase article font size Toronto police are turning to the public for assistance locating two men wanted in connection with an assault and attempted robbery on a TTC bus in Markham in January. Police reported that the incident occurred on a bus on Jan. 31 at …

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TTC riders will only pay one fare starting Monday as double fares come to an end – Toronto

On Monday, double fares for thousands of transit riders in the Greater Toronto Area will no longer be a thing, as the Ford government’s fare integration policy comes into effect. Starting Feb. 26, the province’s One Fare program will roll out, meaning that any riders that transfer between the TTC …

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