Bargaining still planned in port dispute

While the clock is apparently ticking on the west coast ports of British Columbia, negotiators for the ILWU Local 514 and the British Columbia Maritime Employment Association intend to continue talks, all in a quest to secure a contract for the 450 managers.

Those managers could bring Canada’s west coast ports to a standstill should they set up picket lines, a move that the Employers Association warns could have long lasting implications for the shipping industry and port ambitions for all British Columbia ports…

(from  the blog a town called podunk, click on the link below to see the entire article … 4915331865 )-