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Customs officer union demands more hires as travel turbulence continues

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The federal border agency is not moving fast enough to fill staff shortages that have bogged down airport traffic and revved-up passenger frustration, the union representing customs officers says.
2 months ago

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Customs officer union demands more hires as travel turbulence continues

The federal border agency is not moving fast enough to fill staff shortages that have bogged down airport traffic and revved-up passenger frustration, the union representing customs officers says.

2 months ago·Toronto, Canada
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The Toronto Star

Customs officer union demands more hires as travel turbulence continues

The union representing customs officers says the Canada Border Services Agency is not moving fast enough to fill vacancies that have contributed to sl...

2 months ago·Toronto, Canada
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Financial Post

Customs officer union demands more hires as travel turbulence continues

The union representing customs officers says the Canada Border Services Agency is not moving fast enough to fill vacancies that have contributed to slowed airport traffic and ramped up passenger frustration over the past few months. Read More

2 months ago·Canada
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Toronto Sun

Customs officer union demands more hires as travel turbulence continues

MONTREAL -- The federal border agency is not moving fast enough to fill staff shortages that have bogged down airport traffic and revved-up passenger frustration, the union representing customs officers says. Read More

2 months ago·Toronto, Canada
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The Globe & Mail

Customs officer union demands more hires as travel turbulence continues

Customs and Immigration Union is experiencing a major labour crunch contributing to customs bottlenecks an tarmac delays since April

2 months ago·Canada
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CP24

Customs officer union demands more hires as travel turbulence continues

The federal border agency is not moving fast enough to fill staff shortages that have bogged down airport traffic and revved-up passenger frustration, the union representing customs officers says.

2 months ago·Toronto, Canada
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