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Retro Pay Memo to Container Trucking Companies

"We write to remind all licence holders that an important aspect of the role of the Commissioner is ensuring compliance by licensees (licence holders) with requirements of the Act, the Regulation and their licence..."

Court application against Port Metro Vancouver

Court filing in the case against Port Metro Vancouver regarding truck age limits.

All In! Organizing Campaign Toolkit

Organizing is a challenging, long-term, exhilarating and incredibly rewarding process, both for the workers involved, their new local union and for the national union who welcomes new members. Everyone has an important role to play in exposing non-union workers to the benefits of engaging in the process of joining the union. Whether you are a rank and file member, elected leader, or staff, there’s something you can do. The All In! Campaign is meant to encourage everyone to play an active and helpful role in organizing new members and to give you tools and ideas to do so.

Court Affidavit on Container Truck Commissioner

Unifor is asking the Supreme court of British Columbia to direct the Container Trucking Commissioner to enforce the wages owed to container truck drivers as part of the March 2014 Joint Action Plan.

Court Petition on Container Truck Commissioner

Unifor is asking the Supreme court of British Columbia to direct the Container Trucking Commissioner to enforce the wages owed to container truck drivers as part of the March 2014 Joint Action Plan.

Rhetoric and Reality: Evaluating Canada’s Economic Record Under the Harper Government

It is commonly asserted that federal Conservatives have the strongest “economic credentials” among the major political parties. And the Harper government will likely emphasize economic issues in its quest for re-election this fall...

Report Card on the Joint Action Plan Implementation

Truckers, Port Metro Vancouver, the Government of BC, and the Government of Canada signed a Joint Action Plan on March 26, 2014 to end a month-long dispute at Vancouver’s international ports. Truckers immediately went back to work as part of the Plan, yet many of the BC government’s commitments remain incomplete a year later.

Open Letter to BC Transportation Minister Todd Stone on the Appointment of Andy Smith

Persistent concerns about a conflict of interest have prompted Unifor to call on the newly appointed Commissioner, Andy Smith, to resign. The union says that Smith’s position as the President and CEO of a Port Metro Vancouver stakeholder organization creates the perception of bias.

Container truck driver 2014 agreement

Clean (not initialled) copy of the agreement between Port Metro Vancouver, the BC government, the federal government, the United Truckers' Association, and Unifor.

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