Longshore workers and employers at the Port of Montreal have reached a tentative agreement that will end a costly strike. Details are expected this afternoon
Longshore workers represented by the Canadian Union of Public Employees began an unlimited strike on Aug. 9. They have been at odds with the Maritime Employers Association over working conditions and hours.
Maritime and transportation executives have increasingly sounded the alarm over the disruption at Canada’s second-busiest port as vessel diversions mount.
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