Labour

Canada Post: Opening Up to Competition

After months of unsuccessful negotiations and conciliation talks, Canada Post workers voted by a margin of 94.5% in favour of going on strike at the end of May if they do not reach a negotiated settlement with their employer. The time is right to evaluate the costs that a postal service monopoly imposes on consumers and on the economy as a whole. To determine which reforms might lead to the best postal service at the best price, we should study the experiences of other countries.

Media Release, April 27, 2011 :: Eliminating Canada Post’s monopoly would benefit consumers

Response to the Canadian Union of Postal Workers :: April 29, 2011

Privatiser Postes Canada? Absolument :: Response (in French) by Vincent Geloso & Youri Chassin to Simon Tremblay-Pepin, Researcher at IRIS, June 2, 2011

 

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