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By Samina Esha, National Post
The Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) Local 79 representing cities part-time recreation workers are set to vote on Tuesday. The voting comes after union reached a tentative deal following a five-hour negotiation with the city on Friday morning.
“I wouldn’t say we are happy because that is a pretty strong term. In terms of the agreement, it is a development from what the city had originally offered,” said Cim Nunn, a spokesman for the CUPE 79.
The two main issues for the …
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By Mary Vallis, National Post
The way that AM radio stations are going on about the first major snowstorm to hit Toronto overnight, you would think the city is under siege. It’s December. It’s snowing. Where is the surprise?
Sure, those icy snow pellets sting your face and mean you have to clean off the car for the commute, for which drivers are advised to leave an hour early this morning. But all things considered, the morning has been relatively wrinkle-free.
The Ontario Provincial Police are tending to accidents on all the major …
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