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Organized by the International Longshoremen's Association, the spectacle saw cargo ships, trains, trucks and more blaring their horns to show their appreciation for frontline workers involved with the port amid the COVID pandemic. Port Saint John president, Jim Quinn says DP World — the terminal's provider — provided all of the vehicles for operators to participate in the salute. He notes ports are more important than ever, because of the essential supplies and goods that move through the system — impossible without port workers. The event was a chance to recognize the hard and often unrecognized work that port workers perform.
Quinn, who is also the chair of the Association of Canadian Port Authorities, adds ports in Vancouver, Prince Rupert, Montreal and Halifax have recently become busier as business improves. Meanwhile, activity in Saint John has remained relatively steady.
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