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Trucker accuses union of disobeying injunction in Regina refinery strike

Source: The Canadian Press, January 2, 2020

Union can stop trucks for 10 minutes unless drivers ask to be let through, as per court injunction

The owner of a trucking company says striking workers at Regina’s Co-op refinery are violating a court injunction that restricts how long pickets can block trucks entering and leaving the facility.

Justice Janet McMurtry ruled on Dec. 24 that the union could stop vehicles trying to get in and out of the refinery for a maximum of 10 minutes to provide information on the dispute or until the driver declines the information.

At that point, McMurtry’s ruling says, drivers should be allowed to “proceed without interference.”

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