Dockworkers’ strike in Canada ruled illegal


A dockworkers’ strike in Canada has been ordered to be called off after the Canada Industrial Relations Board ruled it illegal

International Longshore and Warehouse Union (ILWU) Ship & Dock Foremen, Local 514, had planned the 72-hour walkout beginning this afternoon (8 July) at DP World (Canada).

The CIRB has ruled the strike to be in contravention of the Canada Labour Code after considering an urgent application lodged by the BCMEA.

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