Canadian Pacific Railway (CP) Strike Update: March 22, 2022

Teamsters Canada Rail Conference (TCRC) – Train and Engine Negotiating Committee has agreed to enter into binding arbitration with Canadian Pacific (CP),

Read More

Canadian Pacific Railway (CP) Strike: March 21, 2022

As a result of the Teamsters Canada Rail Conference (TCRC) strike action, Canadian Pacific Rail (CPR) has begun winding down Canadian rail operations. CP

Read More

Ambassador Bridge linking Windsor, Detroit ‘temporarily closed’ amid trucker protest

In a notice Monday evening, the Ontario Provincial Police’s Essex County detachment said as of approximately 8 p.m., the Ambassador Bridge is “not

Read More

U.S. and Canada Tighten Border Controls: December 17, 2021

In the coming weeks, both the U.S. and Canada intend to implement vaccination requirements on foreign truck drivers and tighten border controls.

Read More

Severe Weather and Floods in British Columbia: November 17, 2021

Rail and road operations servicing the Port of Vancouver are heavily impacted by recent flooding in British Columbia.

Read More

CBSA Strike: August 9, 2021

An agreement was reached between the Public Service Alliance of Canada (PSAC), Customs Immigration Union (CIU), and the Canada Border Services Agency

Read More

CBSA Strike Vote Update: June 22, 2021

The Public Service Alliance of Canada, a union representing 9,000 Canadian Border Service Agency (CBSA) employees, is preparing for a strike vote.

Read More

Back-to-Work Bill Issued to End Port of Montreal Strike: April 28, 2021

The Canadian Government introduced back-to-work legislation Tuesday, April 27, to end the one-day-old walkout by Port of Montreal dock workers. Labour

Read More

72 Hour Strike Notice, Port of Montreal: April 23, 2021

The Union representing longshore workers at the Port of Montreal gave the Maritime Employers Association notice of a general strike, commencing Monday,

Read More

CBSA Processing Delays: November 9, 2020

*Update: This issue has been resolved. For any questions please refer to the CBSA website.*

The Canadian Border Services Agency (CBSA) was investigating a

Read More