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The Hamilton Spectator
There won’t be a bus strike.
Negotiators for the city of Hamilton and Local 107 of the Amalgamated Transit Union reached a tentative agreement shortly before 9 tonight.
City negotiators will recommend the deal to city council and the union executive will recommend it to its 600 members.
The union membership rejected a previous proposal from the city in October and on Wednesday, voted 97 per cent in favour of strike action if no deal was reached.
That led to today’s bargaining session.
A union ratification meeting is likely to be held by mid-week.
Friday, November 16, 2007
no bus stop
I heard if from the bus driver tonight first, when I asked (after loading my bike to the front mounted racks) and the SPEC confirms it: No bus strike!