Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Some York University Workers to Head Back to Work after Accepting School's Offer

Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Some York University Workers to Head Back to Work after Accepting School's Offer

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Some striking York University workers accept school's offer

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TORONTO - One of three groups of York University contract workers that walked off the job more than three months ago has voted to accept the school's latest offer.

The Toronto university says members of CUPE 3903 Unit 2 are to return to work Monday, but classes will not resume immediately, adding that details will go out to students as soon as possible.

The union says the strike will end for more than 1,000 course directors as well as some teaching assistants and instructors who are not full-time graduate students.

But it says members of two other units that represent 2,000 other teaching and graduate assistants will remain on the picket line of the 15-week strike.

The university says it wants the bargaining teams for the remaining striking workers to consider taking the offer to allow all students to complete their term. …

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