The Port of Montreal says resuming full operations will take a number of days — and purchasers ready to import or export items ought to anticipate delays.
This comes after the Senate handed laws Friday forcing hanging staff again on the job.
The port authority says the method established by the laws will result in establishing a brand new collective settlement between the events, with no chance of labor stoppages.
About $275 million price of products strikes via the Port of Montreal every day.
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Michel Murray of the CUPE native union that represents the dockworkers calls the back-to-work laws an assault on the employees’ constitutional proper to strike.
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He informed reporters at a Might Day protest in Montreal yesterday the union would take authorized motion and file complaints with the Worldwide Labour Group.
A union spokeswoman confirmed that its members could be again on the job as of Sunday.
The 1,150 staff on the port have been with out a contract since December 2018.
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