The City of Winnipeg has put forward an offer to the Amalgamated Transit Union 1505 as the two parties continue to work on a new contract agreement, while also trading words publicly.
Both sides have been in negotiations since January 4, 2019. The city says it presented a fair proposal to the union on March 21.
ATU 1505 members will begin voting on the offer on April 1, with results expected on Friday, April 5. If the offer is rejected, the union will have a strike mandate.