Canada Post management re-confirmed with Hamilton local CUPW leadership today that there is no set date for implementation of their service cuts in Hamilton.
Canada Post cuts
As Canada Post continues to report profits, many question why changes to services, mainly removing door-to-door delivery and increasing stamp prices, are still in place.
"Hamilton resistance has made a difference," says CUPW.
Canada Post's annual public meeting in Ottawa is billed as an opportunity for Canadians to "speak directly to senior leaders of the company about present and future policies and direction."
A disturbingly high number of safety concerns and personal injuries are being reported by those who have lost their home delivery and been forced to transition to Canada Post's new mega-mailboxes.
The Canada Post Group reported a massive profit from operations of $299 million for 2014. The Canada Post segment reported profit from operations of $204 M and a profit before tax of $194 M.
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Wendy Goldsmith and David Heap talk about Londoners for Door to Door and the growing grassroots community momentum in London, Ont., against the cuts to Canada Post.
Postal workers have said that Harper will regret his decision to privatize Canada Post. And with the election this year, we'll see if they're right.
CUPW members in locations that have lost delivery are going door-to-door to tell affected residents that the union intends to restore home delivery in those areas.
Postal service cuts are coming to people's homes, and they may be wondering what the impact will be.