Cargo is moving again through the port of Montreal after the strike by 1,150 longshoremen that started on 26 April was cut short by the federal government.
It pushed legislation through parliament on Friday mandating an immediate resumption of work.
The conflict between the longshoremen and the Maritime Employers Association (MEA) has been going on since 2018, when the labour contract expired. Last summer, it reached a peak with two four-day work …
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