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2011\06\17@145304 by Vitaliy

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We received an email from Amazon warning that any packages we shipped via USPS may get stuck. They also suggested using alternative shipping methods.

http://clients.infopost.ca/en/2011/06/canada-post-forced-to-shut-down-urban-operations-nationwide/

http://clients.infopost.ca/en/2011/06/lockout-at-canada-post-what-it-means-to-customers/

2011\06\17@155720 by Herbert Graf

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Yup, they've been doing rotating strikes for the past week, and as of 2
days ago the union was locked out, so it's fully shut down.

The federal government has said they will table back to work
legislation, so I don't see the strike lasting very long.

TTYL

On Fri, 2011-06-17 at 11:52 -0700, Vitaliy wrote:
> We received an email from Amazon warning that any packages we shipped via
> USPS may get stuck. They also suggested using alternative shipping methods.
>
> clients.infopost.ca/en/2011/06/canada-post-forced-to-shut-down-urban-operations-nationwide/
>
> http://clients.infopost.ca/en/2011/06/lockout-at-canada-post-what-it-means-to-customers/
>

2011\06\17@173927 by V G

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On Fri, Jun 17, 2011 at 3:57 PM, Herbert Graf <spam_OUThkgrafTakeThisOuTspamgmail.com> wrote:

> The federal government has said they will table back to work
> legislation, so I don't see the strike lasting very long.
>

What is that

2011\06\17@184658 by Veronica Merryfield

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On 2011-06-17, at 2:39 PM, V G wrote:

> On Fri, Jun 17, 2011 at 3:57 PM, Herbert Graf <.....hkgrafKILLspamspam@spam@gmail.com> wrote:
>
>> The federal government has said they will table back to work
>> legislation, so I don't see the strike lasting very long.
>>
>
> What is that?

It is where the government passes a law that says they have to go back to work, although I think the prison system is so over crowded that they wouldn't be able to deal with the workers if they stayed on strike. Currently, the workers are locked out.

2011\06\17@192319 by Vitaliy

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Veronica Merryfield wrote:
>>> The federal government has said they will table back to work
>>> legislation, so I don't see the strike lasting very long.
>>>
>>
>> What is that?
>
> It is where the government passes a law that says they have to go back to
> work, although I think the prison system is so over crowded that they
> wouldn't be able to deal with the workers if they stayed on strike.
> Currently, the workers are locked out.

You cannot be seriously implying that the Canadian government will put the workers in jail. :) The legislation you are referring to, will offer them a choice of "report to work, or find work somewhere else". All of the jobs I've had, worked that way, except it didn't take federal legislation for my boss to fire me if I decided not to show up for a few days.

Vitaliy

2011\06\17@193300 by Bob Blick

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OK, we all know something's going on with Canada Post now.

Please utilize your sources for news if you need more info and save the
commentary for somewhere else.

While you're there you'll notice the big news about what happened after
the Stanley Cup game the other day.

No, it wasn't me kissing in public.

Bob

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2011\06\17@193447 by Spehro Pefhany

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At 07:23 PM 17/06/2011, you wrote:
>Veronica Merryfield wrote:
> >>> The federal government has said they will table back to work
> >>> legislation, so I don't see the strike lasting very long.
> >>>
> >>
> >> What is that?
> >
> > It is where the government passes a law that says they have to go back to
> > work, although I think the prison system is so over crowded that they
> > wouldn't be able to deal with the workers if they stayed on strike.
> > Currently, the workers are locked out.
>
>You cannot be seriously implying that the Canadian government will put the
>workers in jail. :) The legislation you are referring to, will offer them a
>choice of "report to work, or find work somewhere else". All of the jobs
>I've had, worked that way, except it didn't take federal legislation for my
>boss to fire me if I decided not to show up for a few days.
>
>Vitaliy

Here is a FAQ on Canadian back-to-work legislation:

http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/story/2011/06/15/f-faq-back-to-work-legislation.html

Best regards,

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2011\06\17@193903 by V G

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On Fri, Jun 17, 2011 at 7:33 PM, Bob Blick <.....bobblickKILLspamspam.....ftml.net> wrote:

> No, it wasn't me kissing in public.
>

OH SHIT! Someone took a pic of me!??!

2011\06\17@194301 by Bob Blick

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On Fri, 17 Jun 2011 19:38 -0400, "V G"  wrote:

> OH ****! Someone took a pic of me!??!?

Language, please.

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