Looking to end the strike by it’s employees before the holiday rush, Canada Post has laid out a new offer for union members.
A historic backlog of undelivered parcels has been the result of over three weeks of rotating strikes by the Canadian Union of Postal Workers.
The Crown corporation is offering a four-year deal that includes new job security provisions, a 10-million-dollar health and safety fund, annual two per cent wage hikes, plus signing bonuses of up to a thousand dollars per employee with a deadline for acceptance of Saturday.
CUPW says they are holding meeting and considering the offer.
On Tuesday eBay called on the Justin Trudeau government to introduce legislation to end the striking.