Union says the ball is in Canada Post’s court now

The union representing Canada Post workers says it is now up to the crown corporation to decide if there will be a postal strike. The union responded to Canada Post’s final offer with a counter-proposal of its own on Sunday, and expects to have a response to that proposal today. A 72-hour notice is required for any job action including a strike, so Canadians can still count on their postal service to operate as-per-normal until at least the weekend.

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