WINNIPEG – The strike is over for crisis workers with Macdonald Youth Services.
After about two weeks on the picket lines, they’re back to work this morning – still without a new deal.
The roughly 30 workers provide care for at risk youth in our city. They say they hope to resume bargaining as soon as possible.
They’ve been without a contract since 2014.
The union is looking for wage increases, arguing similar workers with the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority make a lot more money.
They’ve asked for an urgent meeting with PC Minister of Families, Scott Fielding, who is responsible for the file.