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Canada Post workers to strike tonight in Cornwall
The Canadian Union of Postal Workers announced today that Cornwall will be one of ten communities that will be going on strike tonight as part of the ongoing Canada Post labor dispute. The media release issued at 6:53 pm this evening, did not indicate how long the strike would last.
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Cornwall - Jun. 12, 2011 - The postal strike began at the beginning of June and up until now there has been very little disruption for Cornwall and SD&G residents. However, all Canadians have been affected by Canada Post’s decision to limit mail delivery to three days per week due to lower volume in the last two weeks.

The Canadian Union of Postal Workers announced today that Cornwall will be one of ten communities that will be going on strike tonight as part of the ongoing Canada Post labor dispute. The media release issued at 6:53 pm this evening, did not indicate how long the strike would last.

Other communities affected in the latest round of rotating strikes include: Corner Brook, NL, Fredericton, NB, Breton, NS (Sydney, North Sydney, Sydney Mines, New Waterford and Glace Bay), Mauricie, QC, Sherbrooke, QC, Windsor, ON, Niagara Falls, ON, Regina, SK, and Nanaimo, BC.

The union also announced that it will be holding a press conference tomorrow morning at 10:00 am in Ottawa. CUPW National President and Chief Negotiator Denis Lemelin and members of the Negotiating Committee will be on hand to speak with the media.


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