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Nothing moving: Fourteen foreign and domestic ships are anchored in Thunder Bay harbor while 1,200 grain handlers, on strike or locked out, wait for a settlement of the 22-day tie-up. The cross-country relay of grain from the Prairies generates thousands of jobs and billions of dollars in trade. Paralysis of the world's largest grain port affects people and firms for thousands of miles across Canada. Open in full size

Nothing moving: Fourteen foreign and domestic ships are anchored in Thunder Bay harbor while 1,200 grain handlers, on strike or locked out, wait for a settlement of the 22-day tie-up. The cross-country relay of grain from the Prairies generates thousands of jobs and billions of dollars in trade. Paralysis of the world's largest grain port affects people and firms for thousands of miles across Canada.

Picture, 1986, English

Nothing moving: Fourteen foreign and domestic ships are anchored in Thunder Bay harbor while 1,200 grain handlers, on strike or locked out, wait for a settlement of the 22-day tie-up. The cross-country relay of grain from the Prairies generates thousands of jobs and billions of dollars in trade. Paralysis of the world's largest grain port affects people and firms for thousands of miles across Canada.

Picture, 1986, English

Rights and Licenses

Toronto Star License

Provenance

From the Toronto Star Archives

File Location:

Canada - Ontario - Thunder Bay

Branch

Toronto Reference Library

Location

Baldwin Collection

Branch

Toronto Reference Library

Location

Toronto Star Photo Archive

Call Number / Accession Number

tspa_0108402f