Which Montreal work sites are affected by engineers' strike?

A half dozen construction sites across Montreal, from Saint-Laurent to Hochelaga-Maisonneuve, are affected by the engineers' strike. Check out our map to find out which ones.

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The City of Montreal says there are more than 400 work sites right now. Six are affected by the strike by municipal engineers. (CBC)

Work at six major construction sites is now suspended due to a strike by municipal workers.

About 440 engineers, chemists and veterinarians have walked off the job following a breakdown in negotiations with the city.

They haven't had a collective agreement since 2010. The city says it was ready and willing to negotiate, but that the union broke off talks last week.

Here's a map of the affected work sites:

  • Work on sewers, water mains and roads on Atwater Avenue from Docteur Penfield Avenue to Sherbrooke Street West.
  • Work on a drinking-water main on the Métropolitain Service Road from Champ d'Eau Street to Haut Anjou Boulevard.
  • Work on sewage and drinking water pipes and street lights on Côte-des-Neiges Road between Cedar Avenue and Hill Park Circle.
  • Road work and reconfiguration work on Sherbrooke Street East between between Charlemagne Avenue and Pie-IX Boulevard, Pie-IX between Pierre-de-Coubertin Avenue and Mont-Royal Avenue East and Rachel Street between Jeanne d'Arc Avenue and Pie-IX.
  • Aqueduct construction on Pierre-de-Coubertin between Bourbonnière Avenue and Viau Street.
  • Work on pipes, roads and lighting on Marcel-Laurin Boulevard between the Décarie Expressway and Saint-Louis Street and on Saint-Louis between Tait Street and Marcel-Laurin.