Canada Post warns that a work stoppage of a large number of employees could be triggered as early as next Saturday, July 2.
In a statement, the management reports Monday that the talks begun in late 2015 on the renewal of the collective agreement are continuing with representatives of the Union of Workers (CUPW) in the hope of reaching an agreement.
Canada Post reports that it will not exercise its activities in the event of a work stoppage. Letters and parcels will not be delivered and no new item will be accepted. The letters and parcels already in the postal system during a work stoppage will be secure and will be delivered as soon as possible to resume operations.
The Union represents the shipping agents and employees sorting centers.