The union that represents 20,000 of the city’s inside workers and council have ratified a new collective agreement.
Members of CUPE Local 79 ratified the four-year agreement, which will cover full-time and part-time recreation workers, including unit B members with the city.
The union says they have reached some improvements and some of the serious concessions have now been pushed back that would’ve hurt the quality of job service.
Mayor John Tory likes the deal and says that it’s a responsible one that suits the city.
The library workers with the city, who represent CUPE Local 4948, are still in talks for a new labour deal to replace a four-year agreement, which expired at the end of 2015.
That union represents about 2,300 full- and part-time workers in the library sector.