In 1974, all three unions went on strike against the TTC. It began on August 12 and ended on September 3. Premier Bill Davis convened the Legislature, passing a bill to enforce arbitration and an end to the strike. Since that time, this has been the policy of the government, regardless of which political party is in charge. It has never been done any where else in the province except in the city of Toronto. Will Go Transit emplyees face the same fate? A strike has been unprecedented in the 28 years the union has represented GO workers.