Vancouver port strike averted after last-minute talks
ILWU Canada president Rob Ashton tells Lloyd’s List that the final process leading to the agreement was ‘twenty-five hours straight without a break, and hard work’
Negotiations between the British Columbia Maritime Employers’ Association and the International Longshore and Warehouse Union Canada began 18 months ago. The main impasse involved worker protections related to port automation
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