The employer exercised its right and gave a 72-hour notice to the union executive of the longshoremen before removing the income guarantee and stops paying the hours that are not worked, in order to mitigate the adverse effects of this volume drop.
The MEA will continue its efforts to conclude a negotiated collective agreement as soon as possible.
The Port of Montreal suffered a substantial 11% volume drop in March, caused by the uncertainty and anxiety triggered by the labour relations situation.
The employer exercised its right and gave a 72-hour notice to the union executive of the longshoremen before removing the income guarantee and stops paying the hours that are not worked, in order to mitigate the
The Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) has today initiated a normal value review to update the normal values applicable to certain carbon steel welded pipe (CSWP) exported to Canada from United Arab Emirates by Universal Tube & Plastic Industries Ltd. (UTP).
The normal value review is part of the CBSA’s enforcement of the Canadian International …
The Canadian International Trade Tribunal initiated an expiry review of its finding of April 2016, which resulted on anti-dumping and countervailing duties being applied to steel grating originating in or exported from China.
The Tribunal will determine if the expiry of the finding is likely to lead to continued or resumed dumping and subsidizing of the grating and if …
Canada applies safeguard measures (surtax) to imports of heavy plate and stainless steel wire. The subject countries are all countries except the United States, Mexico, Chile, Israel, Korea, Colombia, Honduras, Panama, Peru and all countries benefitting from the General Preferential Tariff.
The Canadian International Trade Tribunal gave notice that the Order Imposing a Surtax on the Importation of Certain …
The Canadian International Trade Tribunal announced that it continued its finding made in July 2015 concerning the dumping and subsidizing of photovoltaic modules and laminates originating in or exported from China.
The Tribunal found that the expiry of the finding with respect to subject goods from these countries was likely to result in injury to Canadian industry.
This Notice replaces Notice to Exporters No. 215 dated January 16, 2019 and sets out the policies and practices pertaining to the administration of apparel for export to the European Union (EU) and its member states under the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA).