Postal Strike Stuff

And then there’s the labour action at Canada Post. Sounds like things might get worse before they get better:

Leaders of the Canadian Union of Postal Workers said they planned to meet later in the day to discuss strategy. Among the options is a strike at the national level, said Jeff Callaghan, CUPW national director of the Atlantic region. “Our plans are to continue the rotating strikes,” Callaghan said in an interview. “Our board is meeting later on, so we’ll make that determination if there’s an escalation or if we keep going with the rotating strikes. For the most part, we’re trying to lessen the impact on the communities that we serve, so we’ll make that determination once we meet.”

I hope this is sorted out soon. I still have magazine subscriptions.

Author: Stephen Whitworth

Prairie Dog editor Stephen Whitworth was carried to Regina in a swarm of bees. He's been with Prairie Dog since May 1999 and will die at his keyboard before admitting his career a terrible, terrible mistake.

One thought on “Postal Strike Stuff”

  1. I had a girlfriend in 1994-5 who went away for 8 months, and like the lovesick puppy I was, developed a habit of checking the mail every day for word from my love, so far away. Then it was over GST cheques. Recently, freelance writing payments, most-usually extremely past-due. It persists to this day. A strike may just cure me of all this nonsense.

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