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Port workers in British Columbia are no longer on strike, the federal labour minister’s office says.
That was the office’s interpretation after the port workers’ union removed its new 72-hour strike notice Wednesday evening hours after it was issued and without explanation, sparking speculation about what will come next in the latest round of strike action.
With no word from either the union or the employer on what was behind the removal, a spokesperson for Labour Minister Seamus O’Regan told Global News the office understands the strike is now over, and hopes the union will ratify the current tentative deal on the table.
Read more in an article from Global News.