General Canadian Politics eh.

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Work announced a vaccine mandate.. two of my good staff have come forward to discuss alternate work arrangements. Sucks balls both are good staff, fingers crossed we don’t lose them.
 

SoupCan

how bout dat
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Work announced a vaccine mandate.. two of my good staff have come forward to discuss alternate work arrangements. Sucks balls both are good staff, fingers crossed we don’t lose them.
It really doesn't make sense does it?

I can understand the arguement that being vaccinated prevents illness from covid but that's assuming the person will get covid. Again, we're pretty lucky here our cases aren't crazy high as I see it so the chances of contracting covid are pretty low last time I checked.

A good friend of mines career as a lineman was taking from him, he's a lineman never sees the public
 

jason73

lets go brandon
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Truckers and union representatives in B.C. are calling on the federal government to delay the Port of Vancouver's plan to tighten environmental restrictions on container trucks starting next month.

The new rules mean semi-trucks beyond 10 years old won't be allowed at Canada's largest port as of Feb. 1, as the port moves to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions.

Container trucks with engine and exhaust systems older than a decade will have to be retrofitted or upgraded, otherwise drivers will be turned away.
 

BeardOfKnowledge

Formerly 'BeardOfKnowledge (Admin)'
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Truckers and union representatives in B.C. are calling on the federal government to delay the Port of Vancouver's plan to tighten environmental restrictions on container trucks starting next month.

The new rules mean semi-trucks beyond 10 years old won't be allowed at Canada's largest port as of Feb. 1, as the port moves to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions.

Container trucks with engine and exhaust systems older than a decade will have to be retrofitted or upgraded, otherwise drivers will be turned away.
Is B.C. trying to outdo Quebec in the stupidity department?
 

SoupCan

how bout dat
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Truckers and union representatives in B.C. are calling on the federal government to delay the Port of Vancouver's plan to tighten environmental restrictions on container trucks starting next month.

The new rules mean semi-trucks beyond 10 years old won't be allowed at Canada's largest port as of Feb. 1, as the port moves to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions.

Container trucks with engine and exhaust systems older than a decade will have to be retrofitted or upgraded, otherwise drivers will be turned away.
So fucking stupid