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TVO workers on strike with no talks looming

News | 08/24/2023 4:12 pm EDT
TV remote (photo via Pxhere, Creative Commons license CC0).

Unionized workers at TVOntario walked off the job on Monday, marking the first strike the public broadcaster has experienced. A total of 74 people, both on-air and off-air personnel, are on the picket lines. The employees have been without a contract since last October.

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