Community Care Access Centres across the province say they're optimistic they can reach negotiated collective agreements with the Ontario Nurses' Association.

The ONA represents employees -- primarily care co-ordinators and nurses -- in 10 CCACs and mediated talks stalled over last weekend.

The CCACs have already reached collective agreements with OPSEU and CUPE, who represent care co-ordinators, nurses, therapists, technical, administrative and clerical employees.

The ONA says strike votes will be held in the coming weeks.