Canadian homes and businesses will start receiving mail again Tuesday now that legislation forcing 48,000 locked-out postal workers back to their jobs has become law, Canada Post says. Post offices that were closed during the labour dispute will start to reopen Tuesday as well, while mailboxes will be unsealed starting
Private courier services are salivating at all the business they’re getting because of the Canada Post lockout. The industry has noted an increase in sales during the 10-day conflict. The beneficiaries include Purolator Quebec/Atlantic, a subsidiary of Canada Post itself. “Our delivery volumes increased by 16% across the country,” said
The union representing Canada Post workers has told its members to prepare for a strike amid stalled negotiations with the Crown corporation. However, the Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUP-W) says it did not plan to submit a 72-hour strike notice Sunday and said there will be no strike action
Canadian workers fight against concessions at Vale Inco, one of the largest nickel mines in the world.