Leadership helps truckers reach agreement

The governments of Canada and British Columbia and Port Metro Vancouver have reached agreement with members of the United Truckers Association and Unifor to end the 28-day work disruption at Port Metro Vancouver and resume full operations as of Thursday March 27, 2014. More details

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