Federal Government Passes Back to Work Bill to End Rotating Strikes

NOVEMBER 28 UPDATE: The Federal government has passed a bill legislating Canada Post workers back to work. The legislation means the rotating strikes that have been impacting the insurance industry since October 22 ended on November 27. Talks continue between Canada Post Corporation and CUPW, the union representing postal workers in the negotiations.

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The strike has caused widespread disruption to businesses and consumers, including the insurance industry and its insureds.

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