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11 July 2016,     OTTAWA
No Canada Post lockout during negotiations
In what will come as good news to businesses who rely on its services, Canada Post has withdrawn its 72-hour notice to the CUPW. The announcement means there will be no lockout while both parties continue negotiations.

In a statement posted on its website Canada Post says it is expecting the union to honour their public statements that they have no plans to strike during negotiations.

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