Canadian shippers slam Trudeau over supply chain disruption
‘We think the federal government has been slow to react,’ says Robert Lewis-Manning, president of Canada’s Chamber of Shipping, a marine transportation industry association that promotes seaborne trade. There is a backlog of 48 ships waiting to get into Vancouver Fraser Port
Disruptive protests began nearly two weeks ago after five hereditary chiefs of the Wet’suwet’en Nation intensified their opposition to the construction of a $6.6bn natural gas pipeline across their land in British Columbia
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