The government & # 39; Trudeau introduced legislation to stop rotating strikes by employees & # 39; Canada Post.
The Labor Minister Patty Hajdu moved the bill in the House of Commons today, days after special mediator again & # 39; was appointed in an effort to reach contractual agreements between Canada Post and the Canadian Union of Workers Postal.
The CUPW members have been making walkouts to turn for a month in an effort to return to their contract demands, causing a large number of & # 39; & # 39 echo of; unsorted mail and parcels in & # 39; postal locations.
Their union warned of & # 39; legal battle if the federal government passes back-to-work legislation, calling such a move unconstitutional.
Thousands of & # 39; workers blocked the processing and provision & # 39; mail a day every once & # 39; communities across the country for the last five weeks. The Canada Post said clearing & # 39; tenants were built, especially in & # 39; & # 39 main centers; option in & # 39; Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver, which could take 2019.
Businesses that sell goods by mail asked, b & # 39; most urgently, the government intervenes before the Christmas shopping season becomes more intense.