Today, Ontario’s Ministry of Labour issued a No Board Report to ATU Local 113. The union is now able to legally strike anytime as of Friday, June 7th.

Local 113 has been without a contract since April 1, 2024. The union’s bargaining team is still at the negotiating table hoping to align on key issues related to job security and wages with TTC management.

“This is the next legal step with respect to exercising our right to withdraw services. We have already started mobilizing our members to prepare for this, should we need to take strike action in June,” said Marvin Alfred, President of ATU Local 113.

The Executive Board ATU local 113 has yet to set a strike date.

Additional Facts:

  • ATU Local 113’s collective agreement expired on March 31, 2024.
  • The union’s last collective bargaining agreement was issued in 2021.
  • This is the first time in 10 years that the union can exercise their right to strike, following last year’s historic legal victory which restored this fundamental, constitutional right.
  • The last time ATU Local 113 members went on strike was in 2008.
  • Strike action can begin legally anytime after Friday, June 7th.

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