Who voted for new union contracts

Toronto city council approved new deals two unions
Here’s how each politician voted
By Kris Scheuer

The strike is over after city council approved new contracts for CUPE locals 416 and 79.
The final vote was a close one at 21-17 in a heated debate on July 31.
Want to know how every politician voted? The vote was split into two parts.

Part 1. Here’s how council voted on all four contracts for local 79.

YES for the deal (21)

Maria Augimeri
Sandra Bussin 
Shelley Carroll 
Raymond Cho 
Janet Davis 
Glenn De Baeremaeker 
Frank Di Giorgio 
Paula Fletcher 
Adam Giambrone 
Mark Grimes 
Susan Hall 
Adrian Heaps 
Doug Holyday  
Pam McConnell 
Joe Mihevc 
Mayor David Miller 
Joe Pantalone 
Gord Perks 
Anthony Perruzza 
Bill Saundercook 
Adam Vaughan

NO against CUPE local 79 contracts (17)

Paul Ainslie 
Brian Ashton 
Mike Del Grande 
Mike Feldman 
Rob Ford 
Cliff Jenkins 
Norm Kelly 
Chin Lee 
Denzil Minnan-Wong 
Ron Moeser 
Frances Nunziata 
Case Ootes 
John Parker 
David Shiner
Karen Stintz 
Michael Thompson 
Michael Walker 

DID NOT VOTE (7)

John Filion
Gloria Lindsay Luby
Giorgio Mammoliti
Peter Milczyn 
Howard Moscoe
Cesar Palacio
Kyle Rae

Part 2. How politicians voted on CUPE local 416 contract

YES  for the negotiated deal for CUPE local 416 (21)

Maria Augimeri
Sandra Bussin 
Shelley Carroll 
Raymond Cho 
Janet Davis 
Glenn De Baeremaeker 
Frank Di Giorgio 
Paula Fletcher 
Adam Giambrone 
Mark Grimes 
Susan Hall 
Adrian Heaps 
Doug Holyday  
Pam McConnell 
Joe Mihevc 
Mayor David Miller 
Joe Pantalone 
Gord Perks 
Anthony Perruzza 
Bill Saundercook 
Adam Vaughan

NO against the contracts for CUPE local 416

Paul Ainslie 
Brian Ashton 
Mike Del Grande 
Mike Feldman 
Rob Ford 
Cliff Jenkins 
Norm Kelly 
Chin Lee 
Peter Milczyn 
Denzil Minnan-Wong 
Ron Moeser 
Frances Nunziata 
Case Ootes 
John Parker 
Karen Stintz 
Michael Thompson 
Michael Walker 

DID NOT VOTE (7)

John Filion
Gloria Lindsay Luby
Giorgio Mammoliti
Howard Moscoe
Cesar Palacio

Kyle Rae
David Shiner

Source for voting record, City of Toronto’s blog.

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