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Port workers strike – SFU experts available
Talks remain stalled between the employer and the union after over 7,000 port workers in B.C. walked off the job on Sunday.
Experts from Simon Fraser University continue to be available to discuss the impacts of the strike on the economy, the issues on the table that led to the labour disruption and provide additional insight.
PETER HALL, professor, urban studies and geography
Expertise: economic development, transportation, employment, local labour markets, seaports, logistics, port cities
JOHN-HENRY HARTER, lecturer, history and labour studies
Expertise: labour movements, class, the environment
MELISSA SHAW, SFU Communications & Marketing
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