Strike hard on charity, business sectors
The interruption of Canada's postal service is affecting the lives of many New Brunswickers, creating billing hassles, delaying the delivery of cheques and slowing the movement of packages.
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#1 Jun 23, 2011
I'm very angry at Canada Post and it's workers. Going on strike does not hurt anyone except the middleclass working person. I started my business in April, which everyone knows is expensive. On top of that you need to work for a month before you invoice then wait for a month for the companies to complete their accounts payable, then you get your cheque in the mail. If you look at the time frame you'll notice that I still have not got paid for my services because IT'S IN THE MAIL!!! If they don't go back to work by the end of the week I have to close my business, I've tried looking into different ways to get paid but because the cheques are so small (although alot of them) it is not reasonable to ship through UPS or Purolator, and none of the companies do electronic transfer. Canada Post set up a way to recieve your bills online but when you can't get your cheques how do you pay your bills? EVERYONE, PLEASE WRITE YOUR MLA AND TELL THEM TO GET THE POSTAL PEOPLE BACK TO WORK!!!! THE FIGHT IS BETWEEN CANADA POST AND THE WORKERS, STOP INVOLING US!!!!!
Corner Brook, Canada
#2 Jul 7, 2012
Would have made more sense to write your MP (federal). MLAs are provincial and have nothing to do with Canada Post
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