City wants union to pay for protest sticker removal

The City of Montreal says it plans to bill the union for the cost of removing protest stickers from city property and vehicles.

The union representing municipal employees warns the city will have a tough time collecting and says the stickers protesting pension reform are easy to remove.

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  1. Richard posted on 08/06/2014 09:39 PM
    Well Mr. Mayor....The union wants you the pay the pension that is owed to the members so whats your point?
  2. Jonathan Taylor posted on 08/06/2014 09:55 PM
    Make the cops remove them. They had th time to put me on no??
  3. Sam posted on 08/07/2014 06:25 AM
    Oh please gimme a break......so far this is far the best labor program the government has come up with!!

    Wanted: Red stickers removers, great salary and pension plan included. No experience needed but DEC or equivalent in chemical substance a must!
  4. ric posted on 08/07/2014 08:28 AM
    The cops probably put the stickers on their PAID time, They can remove them on their OWN time or just bill the union.
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