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Thousands of CUPE members working at hospitals in Ontario moved one step closer to sharing in millions of dollars of gains made in the 1990s when the insurance company that provided their disability income plan changed its corporate structure.

Earlier this week an Ontario Superior court judge certified the efforts of health care workers to share in the proceeds as a “class proceeding” and approved the terms of settlement reached in July by CUPE along with four other unions and the Ontario Hospital Association.