Down to the final words in the port dispute?

The original deadline has come and gone, the two sides took a few days off over the New Years Eve/Day festivities to rest up for the next session and starting this morning at nine thirty, the two sides of the Port supervisors dispute will sit down at a negotiating table to see if they can resolve their differences without a work stoppage.

As we have outlined on the blog over the last few weeks, organizations across the North from Initiatives Prince George to the Port of Prince Rupert have weighed in with their concerns over the possibility of a shutdown of the Ports of British Columbia and in particular over what damage could be caused to the Port of Prince Rupert, having only recently become one of the talked about destinations in the world of transportation and shipping…

(from  the blog a town called podunk, click on the link below to see the entire article … 5069  )-