This opinion piece is written by Buzz Hargrove, Director of the Canadian Auto Workers. His beef is with the quick and non-contested nature of the back-to-work legislation rushed through the legislature ending the TTC strike. Pay attention to his arguments in the piece: what are they? Some readers are likely to point out that Buzz recently angered the labour movement by agreeing to a “no strike” pledge in a “neutrality agreement” with Magna. How does Buzz explain the difference between this sort of agreement between a union and an employer and back-to-work legislation ending a public sector strike?