Postal workers strike continues

OTTAWA — Vancouver and Niagara Falls, Ont., were added to the list of cities hit by postal disruptions this week as more Canadian Union of Postal Workers members walked off the job as part of rotating strikes.

About 3,400 CUPW members in Vancouver walked off the job early Friday, joining Canada Post employees in the Niagara and Sudbury regions of Ontario, and Saint John, N.B., who launched job action to back contract demands.

CUPW members have been conducting rotating walkouts across the country as a special mediator tries to bring the labour dispute to an end.

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