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Toronto inside workers reach tentative agreement with the City

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A tentative agreement has been reached between the City of Toronto and its inside workers early this morning.

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Devastating cuts threaten Toronto city workers' job security, union says

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Wage increases for public workers: Time for a rethink

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Warren (Smokey) Thomas gets angry when he hears the newly elected majority Liberal Ontario government being described as progressive. 

The President of OPSEU (Ontario Public Service Employees Union) wants everyone to know there are no provisions in the proposed Liberal budget for increases in public service salaries over the next four years. This comes after salary freezes have been in effect for the last three years.

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