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As daycare workers continue their strike, unions and opposition present a united front

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About 10,000 workers affiliated with the Confederation of National Trade Unions have been on strike since Wednesday. Contract talks with the government stalled over pay raises for support staff such as kitchen and maintenance employees. Quebec has offered a pay raise of about 20 per cent over three years for educators, but support staff were offered pay raises of up to 9 per cent.
8 months ago·Montreal, Canada

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As daycare workers continue their strike, unions and opposition present a united front

“It’s time to get over the crisis and find an agreement for everybody,” said Stephanie Vachon, a representative for the FSSS-CSN, a union representing childcare workers.

8 months ago·Toronto, Canada
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Parents show solidarity with Quebec daycare unions as strike stalemate continues - Montreal

In a sign of solidarity with the ongoing daycare strike, dozens of parents brought their children to the doorsteps of the Quebec family minister's office Friday.

8 months ago·Toronto, Canada
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Legault should intervene in ongoing Quebec daycare strike, unions say

Major daycare worker unions call at press conference for Quebec premier to intervene in strike

8 months ago·Canada
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Legault should intervene in ongoing Quebec daycare strike, unions say

MONTREAL — Three major unions representing daycare workers in Quebec joined parents and opposition parties today in asking Premier François Legault to intervene in a strike that's shuttered hundreds of government-subsidized centres across the provinc

8 months ago·Victoria, Canada
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