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November 10, 2005 

Canadia Customs Officers in Ontario On Strike

Canadian customs officers at the ports of Windsor and Sarnia, Ontario today refused to report to work citing dangerous working conditions. At this time, the following border operations are affected:

-Windsor Tunnel
-Windsor's Ambassador Bridge
-Sarnia's Blue Water Bridge Traveller Operations
-Sarnia's Blue Water Bridge Commercial Operation

According to a press release issued by the Canadian Customs Excise (CEUDA) union, the customs officers took this action to protest the lack of an armed border presence.


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