Legislators Ponder Post Recall

Parliament faces the prospect of a mid-summer recall after Canada Post served notice it will lock out workers effective July 8. The last lockout at the post office in 2011 cost $100 million, by management estimate, and saw Parliament introduce a back-to-work bill in five days: “If it’s not essential, then why do we have a monopoly?”

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