Truckers Feel The Pinch Of The Regina Refinery Strike

Reports of how truckers have been treated when entering or leaving the Co-op refinery in Regina, have created concerns for the Saskatchewan Trucking Association. The union says they’ll make some changes, but they don’t agree that their striking members have been disrespectful. Susan Ewart with the STA says industry regulations dictate how long truck drivers can work in a day, which means delays are causing lost revenue and decreased pay.

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