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Published Saturday, December 1, 2018 12:34 PM EST
Last Updated Saturday, December 1, 2018 4:41 PM EST
MISSISSAUGA, Ont. – Canada Post says protesters have blocked entry and one of the country's most commercial postal services violates legal order, and the Body corporation "considers all available legal options."
The protesters outside the facility in Mississauga, Ont., Are mostly members of the Canadian Union of Public Employees, acting in solidarity with postal workers who have been leavers again to work last week.
The legislation behind was on Monday, following weeks of rotation strikes by the Canadian Union of Workers.
CUPE says 19 protests are planning this weekend at facilities throughout the country, and protesters will allow the workers to enter but not leave an email from the plants.
The branch branch of this union says that the protesters served by order, but they still plan to prove solidarity with the mails.
In a statement on Saturday afternoon, Canada Post says that it has contacted police officers and considers its possibilities to deal with the protests.
"We have contractual obligations to our customers, and also legal obligations to make an important mail received from all Canadians," said the Corporation.
"We have asked for help to the police and we are considering all available legal elections."
Assignments were also issued by courts in Alberta and British Columbia, forbidding any obstacles or interruptions with people or vehicles entering or leaving Canadian Canadian Mail.