- January 17, 2012 - 14:23
Actually Justice - They union should charged. OCI should have charged the union for the restriction of not getting at their assets, then the union should be sued.
- Blair Brookfield
- January 17, 2012 - 12:11
Remember not long ago workers down in Marystown were preventing a crane they borrowed from Bull Arm from being returned. Strange brood down there.
- January 17, 2012 - 09:42
The Union has to realize that it was a stupid move to block the entrance to OCI property. It makes you wonder about the mentality of the Union executive. What did they hope to achieve by blocking the entrance knowing full well that the court will eventually order an injunction. The only people benefited from this move is the lawyers receiving their fees.
- Justice has been served
- January 17, 2012 - 08:33
It is kinda sad that it took so long for the authorities to allow the owner of the property to actually access the property. It is quite unfortunate that the picketers were allow to block access for so long. They should have been arrested and jailed long ago, or this injunction should have come long ago.. But that is okay. Now that the injunction is in place, what OCI should: 1) remove the equipment ASAP 2) invest the insurance money in a jurisdiction that supports maximum profits (low wages and taxes) 3) forget Marysland ever existed 4) move on with profitable business Congrats OCI, and good job Judge Fry. Former workers, get out of the way or go to jail.