“We are going to lose some of the food and pharmaceuticals.”
Longshore workers walk for the fourth time since the beginning of July.
Ongoing labor dispute has “paralyzed” port operations.
Longshore workers at the Port of Montreal say they will go on strike Monday if they don’t reach an agreement with employers. An intermodal executive is hopeful it will happen.
Canadian Union of Public Employees says port labor toils for 19 days before receiving a two-day break.
Work stoppage will impact operations at two port terminals.