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Talks resume for the first time in weeks between striking transit workers and their employers in the Sea to Sky corridor

BY The Canadian Press, May 11, 2022 9:47 PM - REPORT AN ERROR

Talks have resumed for the first time in weeks between striking transit workers and their employers in the Sea-to-Sky corridor including Squamish, Whistler and Pemberton. (Photo - BC Transit/Twitter)

Talks have resumed for the first time in weeks between striking transit workers and their employers in the Sea-to-Sky corridor including Squamish, Whistler and Pemberton.

More than 80 transit workers, including bus drivers, have been off the job since January 29th.

The dispute is focused on job security and wage parity with B-C Transit drivers in Metro Vancouver.

A spokesman for Unifor, which represents the workers, says the union will ``enter the negotiations in good faith and will continue to bargain for fair compensation.''

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