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By Stew Kernan
Talks resume today between the city and the union representing 14-hundred inside and outside workers.
The two sides met with a conciliator for four days earlier this month with two additional sessions scheduled for today and tomorrow.
A media black-out was imposed on the details, but on the CUPE Local 4705 website, President Steve Speck notes the bargaining sessions so far have been productive and the bargaining committees are confident a fair collective agreement will be reached.
A strike or lockout would affect many city services, including roads maintenance, garbage collection, child care and paramedics.