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Source: Daily News | 2014-04-23
JACKSONVILLE, Fla.--US West Coast waterfront employers will enter contract negotiations in May with the International Longshore and Warehouse Union, whose contract is due to expire July 1.
Source: Daily News | 2014-04-16
ALEXANDRIA, Va.--The TIA Contracts Subcommittee, which operates under the Full Operations Committee, has announced the update of the joint TIA and National Industrial Transportation League (NITL) model Broker-Shipper contract.
Source: Daily News | 2014-04-07
OTTAWA, Ont.-- The Honourable Dr. K. Kellie Leitch, Minister of Labour and Minister of Status of Women, congratulated the Halifax Employers Association on successfully reaching a new collective agreement at the Port of Halifax.
Source: Daily News | 2014-03-20
VANCOUVER, B.C.--Container truck drivers will hold a rally in downtown Vancouver to protest the BC government's March 19 announcement that it will introduce forced-work legislation.
Source: Daily News | 2014-03-13
VANCOUVER, B.C.--TSI Terminal Systems Inc. has issued a Customer Service Notice to its ocean carriers, advising them that because of the ongoing truck disruption at Port Metro Vancouver, which began February 26, “while negotiations are...
Source: Daily News | 2014-03-06
VANCOUVER, B.C. -- A mediator has been appointed to help settle a dispute between unionized container truckers and Port Metro Vancouver.
Source: Daily News | 2014-03-03
VANCOUVER, B.C.--Port Metro Vancouver has agreed in principle to a proposal provided by the BC Trucking Association and the shipping industry. The intent of the proposal is to address concerns raised by some truckers who have been protesting...
Source: Daily News | 2014-03-02
NEW WESTMINSTER, BC--Members of Unifor-Vancouver Container Truckers' Association (VCTA) voted overwhelmingly in favour of strike action March 1. Truckers cited a lack of progress at the bargaining table for taking the vote, said a release.
Source: Daily News | 2014-02-27
LANGLEY, B.C.--The Western Canadian Shippers’ Coalition (WCSC) and the BC Trucking Association (BCTA), which respectively represent producers using containers to export commodities through the Port of Vancouver and 1,200 trucking...
Source: Daily News | 2014-02-26
VANCOUVER, B.C.--Hundreds of truckers from across the B.C. Lower Mainland will undertake a work stoppage and protest today to demand action on issues ranging from waiting times to pay-rate enforcement.