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A Union Threatens to Strike at Canada Post By BLOOMBERG NEWS
Published: November 27, 2004
By Bloomberg News
Employees representing 4 percent of the work force of Canada Post, the government-owned letter carrier, have threatened to strike by Dec. 8 unless they receive improvements in health benefits and job security.
Of the 2,600 members of the Union of Postal Communications Employees, 73 percent voted to strike, Luc Guevremont, the union's president, said yesterday in Ottawa. His union, the smallest of four at Canada Post, represents mostly clerical workers like customer service agents.
Canada Post, which has a monopoly on letter mail and competes with companies like United Parcel Service for packages, said a strike would not disrupt service.
"These people don't handle the mail," a spokesman, John Caines, said.
The postal communications employees have been without a contract since the end of October, and have been negotiating with their employer since July, Mr. Guevremont said. The two sides are scheduled to resume negotiations on Monday.
Canada Mail Strike Goes On
AP Published: June 19, 1987
LEAD: Letter carriers stayed off the job today across the four Atlantic provinces, in parts of Quebec and in Vancouver as Canada's first major postal strike in six years entered its third day. Workers continued to strike in Edmonton and Victoria for the second day, but letter carriers in Montreal and Calgary, where the strike began Tuesday, returned to work.
Letter carriers stayed off the job today across the four Atlantic provinces, in parts of Quebec and in Vancouver as Canada's first major postal strike in six years entered its third day. Workers continued to strike in Edmonton and Victoria for the second day, but letter carriers in Montreal and Calgary, where the strike began Tuesday, returned to work. The main issue in the strike is job security.
CANADIANS COUNT MAIL STRIKE'S COST
August 16, 1981, Sunday By ANDREW H. MALCOLM, SPECIAL TO THE NEW YORK TIMES (NYT); Foreign Desk Late City Final Edition, Section 1, Page 9, Column 1, 1011 words
DISPLAYING ABSTRACT - Twenty-four million Canadians will be reconnected by mail with the rest of the world starting Monday, when the aftereffects of the country's six-week postal strike are supposed to end. For many in Canada, which has become one of the most strike-prone countries in the industrialized world, coping without the ...
CANADA'S POSTAL STRIKE ENDS; 6 WEEKS' MAIL AWAITS SORTING
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August 12, 1981, Wednesday By JOHN HOLUSHA (NYT); Foreign Desk Late City Final Edition, Section A, Page 20, Column 3, 475 words
DISPLAYING ABSTRACT - A six-week strike by postal workers that had p aralyzed Canada's mail service ended today. The 23,000 members of the Canadian Union of Postal Workers began returning to work early today after accepting a two-year contract. Awaiting them were millions of pieces of mail that piled up during the ...
Around the World; Canadian Postal Workers Strike for Maternity Pay
July 1, 1981, Wednesday SPECIAL TO THE NEW YORK TIMES (NYT); Foreign Desk Late City Final Edition, Section A, Page 5, Column 1, 203 words
DISPLAYING ABSTRACT - Some 23,000 Canadian postal workers began their fourth strike in the last seven years today with fully-paid maternity leave as a major issue. The postal workers, some 40 percent of whom are women, according to the union, walked off their jobs at midnight following a breakdown of talks with