Yesterday our legal team wrapped up legal arguments in support of Local 113 members’ right to strike. Ian Fellows, leading our legal team, pointed out that Local 113 members had been singled out as the only transit workers in Canada facing a complete ban on striking. He asked why the Crown had not explained why workers in Mississauga or Montreal can strike, but those in Toronto cannot. He also said that interest arbitration did not affirm the basic human rights and dignity of working people. It is a basic human right for workers to say enough is enough and walk of the job if they are not being treated properly. Also in court were lawyers from CUPE Local 2 who have stood side to side with Local 113 in the fight for this basic human right. The presiding judge, Justice Chalmers, advised he would issue a decision in writing. We anticipate that it will take several months for a decision to be released.