CANADA POST STRIKE – CUPW strikes hit 10 more communities across Ontario, Hearst Included

General Information

HEARST | Nov. 9, 2018  – While negotiations continue, the Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW) has begun job action this morning in HawkesburyAlexandriaNapaneeCollingwood, Muskoka, PembrokeHearstEnglehartNew Liskeard and Kirkland Lake, Ont.

Meanwhile, strikes have ended in BrantfordOshawaGuelphMidlandOrillia and Parry Sound, Ont. and in Quebec and Nova Scotia communities where strikes had started yesterday morning.

Service impacts as strikes have trailers backlogged

Canada Post has been working hard to minimize the service impact to Canadians, but the union’s escalating strikes continue to cause backlogs in our national, integrated delivery network.

As a result, customers could see delays of several days.

Mail and parcels will not be delivered or picked up in impacted areas while the union continues their strike activity. We thank our customers for their continued patience and apologize for the inconvenience this is causing.

Negotiations 

Canada Post remains committed to the bargaining process. The Corporation has made significant offers to CUPW that include increased wages, job security, and improved benefits, and it has not asked for any concessions in return.

The Minister of Labour has extended the mandate of Morton Mitchnick as mediator for a period of 4 days (November 7 – 10) to assist the parties in reaching a resolution.

We value the relationship with the union and have been able to find common ground on some issues. We have also committed to work together to address employees’ workload concerns caused by parcel growth, additional financial services and going beyond pay equity for Rural and Suburban employees by extending job security and moving to one uniform for all delivery employees.

Customers can go to canadapost.ca/update for updates or follow us on twitter @canadapostcorp for the latest developments.

SOURCE Canada Post

For further information: Media Relations, 613-734-8888, media@canadapost.ca

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