(Matt Kieltyka – Metro News)
Trucking companies that have found themselves frozen out of Port Metro Vancouver are hoping for judicial intervention.
The United Truckers Association of B.C., representing 23 of 25 companies that have lost their port licence this month, have launched a federal lawsuit against Port Metro Vancouver and will have their case heard on Tuesday in Vancouver.
“We’re asking the court to reinstate our old licence,” said association spokeswoman Michelle Mann. “There are a lot of people affected and who have been unable to work because of this.” Click here to read more.