Letters and bills may be returning to your mailbox, but the union representing Canada’s postal workers says this fight is far from over.
The 15-member national executive board of the Canadian Union of Postal Workers has decided to take the federal government to court over last week’s back-to-work legislation.
Kevin Banks, a Law professor at Queen’s University, said, "this is a new area of the law and it’ll be interesting to see how it plays out."
He said the claim will likely be based on a 2007 Supreme Court decision about "B.C. Health Services."