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A commuter walks through Union Station in Toronto on April 20.Yader Guzman/The Canadian Press

GO bus service has resumed at Toronto’s Union Station after being diverted to other transit hubs Tuesday for the fourth consecutive day due to ongoing labour action.

Ninety-five workers with the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers walked off the job last Wednesday after the union and Toronto Terminals Railway failed to reach an agreement.

The striking employees are signals and communication workers as well as train movement directors at Canada’s busiest transit hub.

Suniya Kukaswadia, a spokesperson for the transit agency Metrolinx, said protesters gathered at 10 a.m. Tuesday and restricted GO buses’ access to the terminal.

She said the demonstration did not affect train service.

GO Transit tweeted late Tuesday that service for several bus routes had resumed at 11:30 p.m.

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