It will be business as usual at libraries across the city.
CUPE Local 4948, which represents some 2, 000 Toronto Library workers, reached a tentative four-year contract with the Toronto Public Library Board Monday, putting strike fears to rest.
“This has been a difficult round of bargaining, but our bargaining committee has secured a deal which we believe addresses some of our concerns and allows Toronto’s library workers to continue to provide great services in the city’s 100 branches.” – Maureen O’Reilly, President of CUPE Local 4948
— Local 4948 (@Local4948) May 2, 2016
Pleased to report that a tentative agreement has been reached, and library branches will be open today as usual. https://t.co/ZexOUImZNI
— TorontoPublicLibrary (@torontolibrary) May 2, 2016