CUPE 1989 reaches TENTATIVE deal

CUPE 1989 reaches TENTATIVE deal

CUPE 1989, Mississauga Library workers, have reached a tentative agreement with Mississauga Library System which could end an 18-day strike.

The deal was reached on Thursday evening after both sides returned to the table for two consecutive days of bargaining.

Workers are expected to vote on the agreement on Monday, July 25.

CUPE 1989, representing approximately 400 full and part-time pages, library assistants, technicians, and librarians at Mississauga Public Libraries, has been on strike since July 4.

Details of the agreement are not being released until members have had an opportunity to review and vote.

Representatives from CUPE 1989 will offer no further comments until after the vote.


Source: CUPE 1989 and Mississauga Library System reach tentative deal | Canadian Union of Public Employees

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