Comments:Toronto transit workers ordered back to work
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OH god I was hoping they'd keep striking lol
About damn time edit
Fuck the union. They say 48 hours notice, then they say no strike, then they strike in the middle of the night with no warning. Fuck them. I'll be glad when the provincial government legislates to prevent this kind of crap. They are an essential serivce and should not be allowed to carry out a complete strike like that.
this is why i love unions edit
when the goverment try fucking over the working man and getting shit from self rightest customers for shit pay. They go on strike and remind people why their needed so bad.
Proving again the uselessness of Unions edit
North American unions = Mobsters. Never keeping to there word, kinda like a politician?
I hope people eventually find a different way to work. Ether way, the TTC mob bosses have just played into the hands of the politicians who are now going to remove there ability to strike.
Way to go jackasses, next time think before you act. In one ignorant move you've alienated an entire city to your cause. Now no one cares if you get shafted, because you've started by shafting us. Greenknight - (talk) 15:42, 28 April 2008 (UTC)