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Impact assessment gives Montreal Port expansion green light

A draft environmental impact assessment by the Canadian authorities into the 1.15 million TEU Montréal Port terminal expansion at Contrecoeur has given the Canadian...

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 and employers seek negotiated strike settlement

Hopes of a solution to the Montreal dockers dispute increased yesterday as unions and the Maritime Employers Association (MEA) sat down to serious negotiations...

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...

Updated: Another Montreal union joins indefinite industrial action

Following the announcement on Friday, 7 August, by Montreal’s International Longshoremen’s Union Local 375 (CUPE) of an indefinite strike, it has emerged that a...

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,...

Updated: MSC ships divert to Halifax as new strike hits Montreal

Further industrial action has been advised by the Maritime Employers Association (MEA) in Montreal Canada, as Longshoremen's Union has filed another 72-hour notice of...

Ongoing dispute will keep Montreal container terminals closed

The ongoing industrial dispute between the container terminal operators and longshoremen at Canada’s east coast port in in Montreal means that there will be...

“Planned provocation” deepens Montreal strike crisis

After a period of more than 30 years without striking the latest group of Montreal dockers, Local 1657 of the International Association of Longshoremen...
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