Following a membership strike authorization vote that took place over the weekend, ATU Local 113 announced on Monday, April 29th that union members voted overwhelmingly in support of moving forward with strike action. 9,253 members took part in the voting process, with 98.28 per cent voting in favour of a strike.


ATU Local 113 President, Marvin Alfred spoke with the media to address this remarkable turnout and the union’s plans to withdraw services if current negotiations with the TTC don’t result in a fair and reasonable new contract for transit workers.



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