Union and non-union truck drivers at Port Metro Vancouver today were reviewing the 14-point action plan...
14 Mar 2014
Canadian National Railway today obtained an injunction against striking union and non-union truck groups that will prevent their drivers from blocking access...
14 Mar 2014
The Canadian federal government, the provincial government of British Columbia and Port Metro Vancouver have announced a 14-point action plan...
12 Mar 2014
Canadian National Railway told forest product shippers that the ongoing truck strike at the Port Metro Vancouver is preventing them from taking all of their lumber and pulp carload shipments for transloading into containers.
11 Mar 2014
The trucking environment in Vancouver is turning uglier by the day, with drivers who dare to work at the Canadian port facing retribution from striking drivers, and cargo diversion already becoming a reality.
10 Mar 2014
Truck drivers at Port Metro Vancouver carried out their threat to go on strike to protest extensive delays at marine terminals that the truckers say are making their economic situation intolerable.
08 Mar 2014
Unionized truckers today rejected a tentative deal with Port Metro Vancouver, paving the way for a strike on March 10.
07 Mar 2014
A potential strike at Port Metro Vancouver, Canada’s largest container gateway, was averted after a government-appointed mediator helped hash out a tentative deal with port truck drivers, according to various reports.
03 Mar 2014
Unionized truckers at Port Metro Vancouver issued a 72-hour notice at the weekend that they are prepared to strike unless measures are taken to reduce long truck lines at marine terminals at Canada’s largest container port.
28 Feb 2014
Unifor-Vancouver Container Truckers’ Association says it will hold a strike vote on March 1 that could result in its members joining hundreds of other truckers who walked off the job...
28 Feb 2014
Li & Fung Logistics isn’t waiting for the worst-case scenario. The logistics division of Hong Kong-based sourcing giant Li & Fung — and other cargo owners like it who ship through the U.S. West Coast — will be watching closely over the next four months as the International Longshore and Warehouse Union and employers engage in tough negotiations on a new labor contract.