TORONTO - There are long delays at Pearson International Airport for a second straight day.
Security screeners launched a go-slow campaign Thursday, creating long lines and flight delays for travellers.
They're in a dispute with their employer, Garda Security, a private company that is contracted by the Canadian Air Transport Security Authority.
The company won an injunction Thursday that prohibits workers from slowing down on the job.
But there are long lineups again this morning.
The injunction came after some passengers complained about waiting for up to three hours to pass through security and about waiting for two hours on the tarmac.
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