I want to go back to work!!!!

CBC, union to resume labour talks
TORONTO (CP) — In the first major break in the two-week-old CBC lockout, both sides will sit down for “some preliminary talks” Wednesday, says CBC spokesman Jason MacDonald.
The development was confirmed by chief Canadian Media Guild negotiator Arnold Amber on Tuesday afternoon.
The public broadcaster locked out 5,500 of its employees, who are members of the CMG, on Aug. 15 after negotiations on a new contract broke down.
“The parties, through their chief negotiators, have had some good discussions over the last few days and have agreed it’s time to get the negotiating committees back together,” says a message on the guild website.
The union says smaller groups from both committees will begin the work to create the necessary dialogue to move towards agreement on the key outstanding issues.
“Talking’s always better than walking,” said Amber with a chuckle. “You know, you have to start somewhere. This is a start. It’s all to the good.”