University of Toronto (CUPE 3902): narrowly avoided a strike after an 86% strike mandate when U of T administration offered a deal at the strike deadline that was subsequently ratified by the membership (although there was dissent: two members of the bargaining committe resigned in protest at the executive's decision to speak in support of the deal)
The Unviersity of British Columbia (CUPE 2278): currently on the brink of calling a strike after an 81% strike mandate (with only 35% turnout). They are struggling against British Columbia's "net-zero mandate" (as is the BCTF), but want extended hiring preference to match the university's own degree completion times (a non-money issue) and wage parity with Toronto TAs. The bargaining situation is exacerbated by the fact that managers and administrators who make more than $75 000 per year received 4% wage hikes the past two years on average. CUPE 116, the Trades/Technical UBC Union, also voted to strike (89& in favour, 75% turnout) but their job action is not as time sensitive as the TAs'. CUPE 2950 (UBC Support Staff) supports both sister unions but is waiting on a report from President Stephen Toope before taking further action.
York University (CUPE 3902): Gave a 66% positive strike mandate on March 15 and has set a strike deadline for April 12. Their priority areas include wage increases, transit subsidies, and class-size limits.