STO labour dispute: How we got to rotating strikes

STO labour dispute: How we got to rotating strikes
STO strike in Gatineau: 5 things you need to know
Prior to their meeting Wednesday, the STO said it would be putting forth a five-year agreement that called for 1.5 per cent increases in 2015, 2016 and 2017, with the 2015 top-up paid out as a lump sum and some mechanics getting a two per cent increase

An STO bus picks up passengers on Wellington Street Wednesday. The serivce will be on a one-day strike on Thursday. By: Ryan Tumilty Metro, Matt LaForge Metro, With files from Dylan C. Robertson Published on Wed Mar 15 2017 03:50:00
STO strike in Gatineau: 5 things you need to know
STO strike in Gatineau: 5 things you need to know

Bus drivers and mechanics with Gatineau's transit agency walked off the job Thursday morning in the first of what they say will be a series of weekly, one-day strikes. STO transit strike in Gatineau: 5 things you need to know · Gatineau bus drivers …

Good morning, commuters! It's not going to be a great morning in Gatineau — no March break there and now an STO strike. Expect more vehicles on the roads. There are six OC Transpo routes which go to and from Gatineau: the 8, 95, 96, 105, 234 and the
Some commuters in Gatineau said they were feeling "stressed" on the first day of what's expected to be a weekly, rotating strike by Société de transport de l'Outaouais (STO) drivers and maintenance workers. People who rely on the transit service were …

Gatineau bus drivers and maintenance workers will be walking off the job Thursday in the first of rotating strikes after meetings with the Société de transport de l'Outaouais failed to resolve their differences. Gatineau bus drivers' union threatens … . STO riders are going to have to find a different ride on Thursday. The Gatineau transit service says the union representing its drivers and maintenance staff is following through on a threat to hold rotating strikes, starting Thursday, March 16th. The …

Gatineau bus drivers and maintenance workers walked off the job Thursday in their first set of rotating strikes leaving many commuters confused and frustrated. Highway 50 was busier than usual as were other major roads in Gatineau with more commuters. Gatineau bus drivers and maintenance workers are going on rotating strikes after meetings Wednesday with the Société de transport de l'Outaouais (STO) failed to resolve their differences. Gatineau transit workers to begin rotating strikes Thursday.

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