Seaspan issues notice of labour disruption

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At 12:01 pm on Thursday, August 25th the Canadian Merchant Service Guild’s captains and engineers employed by Seaspan ULC commenced strike action after serving 72-hour notice earlier in the week. Efforts to reach an agreement before the strike deadline were unsuccessful. The strike will impact all 30 of the Seaspan tugs operating in British Columbia. Seaspan has made arrangements with other service providers to support its contracted ship-docking customers to minimize disruptions.

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