As the info comes available post it in this thread for everyone to see. When the official stuff becomes available I will post it on the front page. I suspect nothing will be available until later on tonight, or even tomorrow.
Info from CP24 News:
Results From York University Strike Vote Expected Late TuesdayTuesday January 20, 2009
Students will know Tuesday night whether their classes will resume at York University.
Nearly 50,000 full-time, registered would-be students have been out of the classroom since November 6 when members of CUPE Local 3903 walked off the job.
A two-day forced vote conducted by the Ontario Labour Relations Board is scheduled to finish around 7pm.
Both the union and the administration said voter turnout appeared to be high.
About 3,300 people are eligible to cast a ballot, including teaching assistants, graduate assistants and contract faculty. At stake is improved job security as well as wages for the contract staff.
University officials say their latest offer, which would include a 10.7 per cent pay hike over three years, is the best they can do. CUPE is recommending its members turn down the offer.
Monday, Ontario Conservative leader John Tory argued that back-to-work legislation must be brought in to end the strike, now in its third month.
“Mr. McGuinty, in the event that this vote fails, you must call the legislature back immediately. Enough is enough. It should be back midweek this week. The law should be passed ordering this strike to an end so that classes will be resumed on [Jan. 26],” he urged at the time.
However, Premier Dalton McGuinty has indicated that he would see the results of Tuesday’s vote before making a decision either way.