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Transit union, city at odds over start date of promised raises

MIKE DEAL / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS FILES</p><p>Transit employees in the top level of their job classifications were set to receive pay raises starting of 0.5 per cent starting Nov. 15.</p><p>MIKE DEAL / WINNIPEG FREE PRESSTransit employees in the top level of their job classifications were set to receive pay raises starting of 0.5 per cent starting Nov. 15. employees in the top level of their job classifications were set to receive pay raises starting of 0.5 per cent starting Nov. 15.</p><p>employees in the top level of their job classifications were set to receive pay raises starting of 0.5 per cent starting Nov. 15.</p></p><p>Transit employees in the top level of their job classifications were set to receive pay raises starting of 0.5 per cent starting Nov. 15.</p><p>


MIKE DEAL / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS FILES

Transit employees in the top level of their job classifications were set to receive pay raises starting of 0.5 per cent starting Nov. 15.

MIKE DEAL / WINNIPEG FREE PRESSTransit employees in the top level of their job classifications were set to receive pay raises starting of 0.5 per cent starting Nov. 15. employees in the top level of their job classifications were set to receive pay raises starting of 0.5 per cent starting Nov. 15.

employees in the top level of their job classifications were set to receive pay raises starting of 0.5 per cent starting Nov. 15.

Transit employees in the top level of their job classifications were set to receive pay raises starting of 0.5 per cent starting Nov. 15.

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Updated on Wednesday, November 27, 2019 at 9:29 PM CST: Full write through.

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