It appears your mail will continue to be delivered for the next few weeks, at least.
Canada Post says it has agreed to a request from the Canadian Union of Postal Employees for a 30-day “cooling off period” so that talks between the two sides could continue without the threat of a lock out or strike.
But in a statement out Friday afternoon, the Crown Corporation indicates if they are not able to conclude negotiations successfully during that time, then both parties must agree to binding arbitration.
Canada Post has said Thursday it would move it’s imposed lock out date to Monday from Friday.
Pensions and wages continue to be the major issues.