With the potential for a Canada Post strike, the Saskatchewan Transportation Company says it is ready to help with mail and shipping requirements as early as June 2.
The STC has come up with a plan to make sure staffing and capacity are available so individuals, businesses and government will be able to continue sending documents and packages within the province.
Pick up and delivery options are available at 62 centres in Saskatchewan. STC’s network and partners link 267 communities in Saskatchewan.
“STC will be there for Saskatchewan people and businesses in the event of a postal strike,” STC President and CEO Shawn Grice said. “Our economy relies on the movement of goods between communities and STC is ready to meet that need.”