If a government finds it is necessary to compensate an industry for harm caused by a trade deal, then they should also explicitly compensate workers
An annual meeting of transport ministers ended earlier this week in Montréal on a joint proposal to implement a basic national training standard for truck drivers by 2020.
“Nobody will convince me that dairy products can’t be part of a healthy diet,” said François Laporte, president of Teamsters Canada.
Teamsters denounce plan to create sweatshop on wheels
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