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Montreal dockworkers strike for more pay, better hours

Dockworkers of the Canadian Union of Public Employees Local 375 have been on strike for two weeks, disrupting supply chain operations[1] in the second largest port in Canada. “Montreal’s port handles more than US$75 billion of merchandise a year, including more than 2 million metric tons of iron ore.” The port is the country’s main maritime gateway for trade with Europe.

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