June 15, 2021
Business News

CUPE Community Centre Workers Reach Tentative Agreement With City of Toronto

TORONTO–()–Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) Local 2998, who represents more than 250 community centre workers, announces today that a tentative agreement has been reached with the City of Toronto.

The tentative agreement follows other City of Toronto bargaining patterns and includes modest wage improvements, improvements to maternity leave benefits and layoff notice, and the introduction of two paid sick days for part-time employees. The new agreement will be submitted for ratification to members of CUPE Local 2998 in the coming weeks.

“I am exceptionally proud of the bargaining team for persevering through a uniquely challenging round of bargaining and for their commitment to reaching a fair deal…

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