Timothy Renshaw

Cargo thieves embrace work-from-home vulnerabilities

A spike in extortion, fraud, theft and cyber risk accompanies supply chain disruptions, remote-work options and inventory confusion

Updated: B.C.’s unionized port workers ratify four-year collective agreement

ILWU Canada members vote 75 per cent in favour of accepting a new contract to end Asia-Pacific Gateway cargo movement disruption and labour uncertainty along the province’s waterfront

Majority of shipping companies, global retailers flunk decarbonization test: zero-emission shipping organization

Walmart, Home Depot among top retails scoring failing grades from Ship It Zero coalition

Updated: Union’s rejection of proposed four-year dockworkers deal raises business groups’ ire

Canadian Federation of Independent Business calls for back-to-work legislation if union issues another 72-hour strike notice

Port of Vancouver a middleweight in ranking of container cargo efficiency heavyweights

Vancouver an average performer, according to U.K.-based digital logistics company data that measures container dwell times for 64 major global ports

Port strike underscores need for Asia-Pacific Gateway overhaul

RBC Economics research estimates $600 billion investment required to keep pace with population growth and economic competition abroad

Canada facing skilled talent crunch in clean energy sector

Shortfall in managerial, experienced tech and entry-level talent a growing worry for the sector’s employers in Canada

Automation in a fragile economy: upheavals and opportunities

B.C.’s 2023 devastatingly expensive port strike has reignited the debate over automation’s encroachment into the workplace

Updated: Business relief short-lived as B.C. dockworkers leadership rejects tentative agreement to end port strike

ILWU Canada’s internal caucus says mediated settlement is too long and will not protect its memberships’ jobs

Updated: Canadian independent business group calls for back-to-work legislation to end B.C. port strike

Canadian Federation of Independent Business survey finds majority of its membership adversely affected by Asia-Pacific Gateway labour disruption