The Amalgamated transit union, local 615, reported late Friday afternoon that a tentative deal had been reached with the City of Saskatoon.
Members will have a chance to vote on that new deal on Tuesday.
ATU drivers had been refusing any overtime hours, in a form of ‘job action,’ as they tried to pressure the City into conceding to their contract demands.
Drivers have been without a contract for over four years. The main sticking point in negotiations had been on the structure of their pension plan.
No details have been released on the tentative deal.
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— ATU Local 615 (@ATULocal615) December 9, 2016