CN engineers strike could disrupt trade worth millions

12/1/2009 | Journal of Commerce (Canada) · Reuters

The strike by 1,700 Canadian National Railway Co. engineers could disrupt shipments worth millions of dollars, including delivery of wheat exports, lumber and other raw materials. Vancouver's Port Metro sent a letter to the Canadian government warning of the risks: "Experience has demonstrated that labor uncertainty can lead to diversions or long-term losses of international cargo and seriously impact Canada's trade potential."

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Journal of Commerce (Canada) · Reuters