On April 17, 2018 at 4:30 PM, the TTC ended contract negotiations with ATU Local 113 – walking away from the bargaining table to sit and wait for the Ontario Ministry of Labour to appoint a conciliator. This follows ATU Local 113 submitting a proposal for consideration.
Toronto’s transit workers are disappointed by the TTC’s decision to abandon negotiations.
ATU Local 113, which represents nearly 11,000 public transit workers, is committed to negotiating a fair contract for workers that delivers safe and reliable public transit to Torontonians. The union will continue its fight to protect pensions and benefits, while saving Toronto’s public transit system from privatization, which cost taxpayers more money in the end.
Toronto’s transit union invites the TTC to return to negotiations and bargain in good faith.