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Montreal dockers return to work

Striking longshoremen in the Canadian port of Montreal have agreed to return to work from 7am on Monday 24 August, local time, following a...

Montreal dockers strike is “devastating” for local industry

Industrial action at the Port of Montreal is already hitting regional industries hard and will have a devastating effect on employment in the Greater...

Montreal dockers’ to start “unlimited” strike

Longshoremen in the Port of Montreal are about to escalate the long-running dispute with the Maritime Employers Association (MEA). The two sides will continue to...

More Montreal strikes expected next week

Dockers unions in the Canadian port of Montreal have said they are prepared to strike again next week after negotiations with the employers’ representatives,...

Tension in Montreal as union condemns use of ‘scab’ labour

Trade union officers have condemned the use of ‘scab’ labour to move cargo in Montreal following a reported 99% vote in support of strike...
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