CUPW president Mike Palecek talks one-on-one with rabble about the ongoing Canada Post negotiations and management's continued lies to the public.
In this age of electronic everything, Canadians don't use their local post office as much anymore. But the post office is a community hub in other countries and it could be here too.
Canada Post is reporting yet another profit in its third quarter and expects to end the year with a surplus.
This year, Canada's ending its door-to-door mail service. Canada Post Corporation says it's all about saving money, but that's probably not the real reason.
Over 10,000 signed "Make the Review Public" postcards were delivered to Raitt's office, calling for the government to adhere to the terms of its Charter and conduct a public review of the post office.
After repeated denials from the Conservative government that service cuts and rate hikes at Canada Post have anything to do with privatization, we now know the opposite to be true.
We have all been told that Canada Post is facing an impending crisis and that there is no alternative to the cuts. Now we know that is all a lie.
The federal Conservatives' hard line on pensions is likely to deliver potential supporters to the Ontario Liberals.