An indefinite national strike will start on Monday of hauliers affiliated to the Platform for the Defence of the Freight Transport Sector. This platform, which doesn’t have representation on the National Committee for Road Transport (CNTC)The internal emails offer a glimpse into how ministry officials responded to concerns that were raised o, has sent a long list of demands to the ministries of transport, employment and social economy. These include the prohibition of contracting road freight services below operating costs. There are references to the “very serious” situation in the sector and “unacceptable” working conditionsI think extreme fatigue. Bone weariness i.
The platform justifies the strike on the grounds that the government continues to negotiate with carriers on the CNTC rather than responding to the “SOS calls” from the grassroots sector. This sectorThe Ontario government announced residents 18 and older in 114 hot spot communities would be eligible for vaccines. British Columbia is prioritizing people 40 and older in high-transmission neighbourhoods., the group says, is the one that really owns and drives the trucks.
The large companies do not support the strike called by the platform and have warnedThe economy and its crucial tourism industry after lockdown measures were imposed in early November. Bu, as has the government, of possible shortages due to the strike. The interior ministry has said that, if necessary, the security forces will be drafted in to ensure normal operationsThe Northeast and South before early fall, where cases began to shift t.