What a Canada Post Strike or Lock-Out Could Mean for You

Federal Government Hopes to Come to a Resolution

It has happened before and it might happen again this summer. Canada Post is currently in contract negotiations with their letter carriers and inside processing employees both in urban and rural locations. If the negotiations fall through, Canada post employees have threatened to suspend services.

In the event of a disruption of service, Canada Post has indicated that June 17 is the latest you send mail to ensure delivery by June 30. For updates on the on-going negotiation process, you can visit Canada Post’s website and sign up for email updates. In addition, Canada Post is also offering specific information on how each of their services will be affected. If you are unsure of how you will be specifically affected, feel free to give us a call!

Small Business Relies on Canada Post

While the average Canadian may not be directly affected by a disruption to Canada Post, small businesses and charities rely on this service every day. Canada Post is a cost-effective and useful way to connect with community members, distribute information, and offer promotions.

As a Canada Post Expert Partner, Mail-O-Matic has been closely monitoring this situation so we can be ready to help implement an alternative solution. We have been helping our customers with their  direct mail marketing  for over 45 years and will work with you and your team to ensure the best possible outcome should a strike or lock-out occur.

You can trust the knowledgeable representatives at Mail-O-Matic to provide you with up-to-date advice and strategies for all of your direct mail marketing needs. For more information, do not hesitate to contact Mail-O-Matic today.

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