TORONTO (Reuters) - A perk that lets municipal workers bank up sick days and cash them in when they retire is at the center of a pay dispute in the city of Toronto. It is also an issue that sets the workers apart from unionized industrial workers in the Toronto region that have accepted big benefit cuts recently as they try to keep their jobs. Without a last-minute deal, city workers, who currently get 18 sick days a year, will strike Monday, halting garbage pickup and closing day-care ...
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