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Old Posted Apr 2, 2017, 8:57 PM
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Originally Posted by biguc View Post
In non-unicity Winnipeg's case, the police and fire/paramedics would probably be under some kind of metro jurisdiction and would have a harder time eating our lunch like they do.
Nah. Small Ontario municipalities have had the exact same kind of crazy salary spirals. The police can't strike, but they're unionized, so all the wage disputes get settled by arbitration, which creates an upward push on salaries that spreads across municipalities.
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