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Arbitration Decision: Unifor-VCTA v Aheer and Sunlover

BC ruling in favour of Unifor-Vancouver Container Truckers' Association versus Aheer Transportation Limited and Sunlover Holding Co. Limited. Arbitrated by James Dorsey.

Proudly Unifor: Products and Services Directory

Every day, Unifor members work hard to produce and deliver products and services that are used by people across the country and around the world. With more than 310,000 members spread out over 20 different sectors of the economy, Unifor’s impact on the daily lives of people in Canada is truly vast. Use this directory to find many of the proudly made Unifor products and services that you can use in your life. Please note we are continually updating our list so if there is something that you believe is missing please let us know by emailing proudlyunifor@unifor.org. Produced by Unifor’s Research Department - Updated as of August 2017.

Road Transport Sector Profile

Facts and figures from the Road Transport sector...

Container Truck Age FAQ

Frequently asked questions about Port Metro Vancouver's truck age requirements (2016/02/16)

Port Metro Vancouver notice to licence holders re: truck age

Open letter to TLS participants

Trucking Company Court Filing, January 29, 2016

The following companies have dragged the Container Trucking Commissioner and the BC government into court to keep wages down: -Aheer Transportation -Bestlink Transport -Burton Delivery Service -Gantry Trucking -Gur-ish Trucking -Indian River Transport -Roadstar Transport -Sunlover Holding -Triangle Transportation, and -T S D Holding Inc.

Government Benefits 2016

Government Benefits 2016

Equity calendar list

Equity calendar list

CIRB Decision: CLAC, Harbour Link Container Services, Unifor

Decision of the Canadian Industrial Relations Board in the membership application of CLAC Local 66 at Harbour Link Container Services.

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..."

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