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British Columbia union port workers resume strike after rejecting mediator's tentative agreement; union cited concerns about job protection and four-year duration of agreement, while disappointed business leaders urge government to intervene

Canada's West Coast ports resume operations after BCMEA and ILWU Canada strike ends amid tentative agreement, restoring international trade flow; delays expected due to backlog from 13-day disruption, which began on July 1

Port of Vancouver faces increasing congestion amid ILWU Canada strike, leading to suspension of goods in reusable steel containers; strike stems from the union's demands for higher wages, concerns over automation and contracting out

International Longshore and Warehouse Union announces strike plans in Canada after landslide pro-strike vote; impact on major Canadian ports of Vancouver and Prince Rupert remains unclear amid ongoing negotiations with maritime employers

ITS Logistics forecasts severe conditions in June US Port/Rail Ramp Freight Index at Pacific Port and both West, East Inland Rail Ramp regions due to continued tensions from ILWU, PMA negotiations; ITS urges shippers to hire additional trucking providers

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