Vancouver – Saturday, August 27, 2016
You probably heard about the Canada Post 72 hour strike notice, and if you run a business that depends on the mails, you are probably concerned the postal service here in Canada will come to a grinding halt in the next few days. We’ve got special information we’d like to share with you that you won’t find anywhere else.
Mainstream news outlets like local newspapers and the CBC are simply saying the strike can happen within 72 hours and that’s it.
Well, we have more re-assuring news to share that will put the concerns of Canadian business owners and others who rely on the mail system at ease. Here goes:
Once the 72 hour strike deadline arrives:
1) It is highly unlikely that the entire country-widee Canada Post system will be on strike.
2) Strike methods simply become an option for the union at that point in time.
3) Initially, labour action by the union would be phased in one strategy at a time.
4) Which means there could be rotating work slow downs, temporary stopping of service in certain areas on a rotating basis.
5) Only after a protracted period of time, and after the above actions fail to bring an agreement, would the union arrive at the decision to completely shut down the postal system in all manners from coast-to-coast.
Please share this information with friends and colleagues, as the situation is not nearly as bleak as the main stream media is leading us to believe.
And why is that? Because bad news sells newspapers and advertising.
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