* 24,000 garbage and other city workers on strike * City vows to resolve strike quickly * Toronto 'AA" rating sound -DBRS (Recasts) By Nina Lex and Frank Pingue TORONTO, June 22 (Reuters) - Toronto city workers went on strike on Monday, halting garbage collection, day care and other services, but negotiations resumed and both sides said they were optimistic an agreement can be reached soon. About 24,000 workers in Canada's biggest city walked off the job after failing to reach a ...
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