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Postal strike hits Toronto
Canada Post’s rotating strikes hit the Toronto area at 11:30 p.m. on Monday, shutting down its biggest sorting facilities.
The Toronto and Scarborough locals — among the largest in the country — walked off the job.
That means the mail plant on Eastern Ave. and the parcel sorting plant will be affected for 24 hours.
Also, the Montreal local walked out.
Clearly, the union is hoping to make an impact by having the largest cities affected. According to the union, the move brings the number of striking workers to more than 15,000.
Canada Post had already announced that there will be no home delivery for mail on Tuesdays and Thursdays for the duration of the strike.
Wow how come this isn't anywhere on the mainstream news? I found out about this from amazon regarding an order.