Winnipeg’s transit union says safety is the top priority as contract negotiations continue with the city.The union – which has been without a collective bargaining agreement since January – has also bristled against the City’s plan to add part-time workers, which wouldn’t allow for benefits.READ MORE: Winnipeg transit union planning free rides as job action beginsLast month, 98 per cent of union members voted against the latest offer from the city.Amalgamated Transit Union 1505 president Aleem Chaudhary told 680 CJOB the negotiations are ongoing.View link »View original article here Source
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