BROCKVILLE – The rotating strike by Canada Post employees has come to Brockville.
The Canadian Union of Postal Workers, which represents 54,000 workers, tweeted this morning that Brockville, Cornwall, Belleville and Kingston locals went on strike at 8 a.m. today.
Belleville, Cornwall, Kingston, Brockville [8am ET] and Lindsay (ON) [8:15am ET] locals are on strike Nov 7 – Members: contact your local for more info [https://t.co/gMNdGgYrtg] #canlab #negos2018 pic.twitter.com/xpYHdn0H05
— cupw (@cupw) November 7, 2018
The 24-hour rotating strikes are an attempt to revive stalled contract talks. Workers have been without a contract for nearly a year.
The union is demanding improvements to health and safety, gender equality and service expansions.