With rotating strikes by the Canadian Union of Postal Workers over, Canada Post is working to stabilize operations.  However, backlogs remain severe and delays are expected into the new year.  Delivery guarantees are still suspended until further notice. Canada Post has stated their current outlook for deliveries is as follows: for parcels: Deliveries will continue but be...

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Federal legislation has been passed in Canada to end rotating strikes by the Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW).  CUPW instructed all workers to report to their regularly scheduled shifts as of 12:00 PM ET today. Operations have resumed in all affected locations, however, backlogs remain severe and continued delays are expected for the foreseeable...

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As record backlogs build, Canada Post has proposed a cooling off period to the Canadian Union of Postal Workers, (CUPW), which would last through January 31, 2019.  This cooling off period would immediately end rotating strikes allowing Canada Post to clear backlogs just in time for the holiday season. Access Worldwide continues to recommend to...

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As a result of the rotating strikes and overtime ban instituted by the Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW), Canada Post is experiencing a record number of backlogged trailers.  Due to this backlog Canada Post has notified the United States Postal Service (USPS), and other international posts, that they are unable to accept incoming mail...

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Canada Post has suspended service deliveries until further notice due to the escalating rotating strikes.  The overtime ban continues as well.  Canada Post is working to deliver mail and parcels but is advising customers to expect delays. Strike Locations for November 14th: Niagara Falls Nova local (NS) Owen Sound St. John’s (NL) Stratford Toronto (ON):...

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Canada Post has suspended service deliveries until further notice due to the escalating rotating strikes.  The overtime ban continues and the processing center in Toronto has been shut down for the third time since the start of the strike.  Canada Post is working to deliver mail and parcels but is advising customers to expect delays....

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