Legislation orders to post-employees returned to work in the House of Commons in a special session to take on sometimes sometimes on Saturday morning.
Bill C-89 made the third legacy by votes from 166 to 43.
The Assembly is now based on Saturday, and, if necessary, Sunday, to deal with the bill, which would came to fruition at midnight on the day after royal assent.
The legislative beat became Ottawa, as well as towns in Ontario and British Columbia, and Sherbrooke, Que., Came the latest targets for strikes to move with the Canadian Union of Postal Workers.
Despite being & # 39; Providing the legislation, Labor Minister, Patty Hajdu, Canada Post and CUPW urged to stay at his / her; bargaining board.
"They can still pull off a contract," she said.
That said, Hajdu said: "Indeed, we would like the parties to agree with them, but the time has come that we need to be ready to take action if they can not . "
Hajdu commented on postal delivery as an "essential service" and said that small businesses that were responsible for the postal service could be delivered over the busy Christmas season in a credit unless The situation is healed quickly.
"And when I say small, I mean very little. I mean people who, you know, sell marmalade or manufactured goods , this is the most profitable time of their year and if they are unable to do the job this year, and they may be very good at their business. "
NDP, bill rod work directors
Labor and Labor Democrats have demolished the government to stop the # 39; a competition process. The government has given every encouragement to Canada Post to negotiate negotiations now which the organization knows that staff are scheduled to work too early next week .
"The right to strike is an integral part of the co-operation process," said Canadian Labor Party leader Hassan Yussuff. "Unless, a employer does not motivate your bargain in good faith, and staff do not need a fair process."
Canadian Post Prime Minister Justin Trudeau appears to prove that Christmas would not return to work, he sent CUPW president Mike Palecek.
"The post was moving, and people know it," he said. "People have been getting their emails and online orders delivered. That's a point on our mobile strike, without fighting built by the public. "
The NDP Director Jagmeet Singh against the Liberals was overdated, working to believe in the & # 39; right to co-unite co-ordination and incorporate the document; He named the "worst worst work" legislation after work.
"They have shown the true face … this government is not a friend of people working," said Singh.
A new democratic MP had voted against movement to keep the debate back faster on the back-to-work legislation, with much to make a detailed presentation of how to do it. Walking out of the Commons after voting, building some of them in a welcome welcome to job makers; looking from a public gallery. Those who walked out were not counted.
Six new Democrats stayed in the room – representing the small number the party will receive. have the opportunity to speak at the debate that was very quick afterwards.
CUPW maintains that the bill is not identical and that is; threatened to challenge the court.
The courage challenge union won a back-to-work legislation that was placed on post-2011 staff by the former Conservative government. Courtship Rule in 2016, by & # 39; removing the right of strike staff, the bill sent the right to express freedom of participation and expression.
Hajdu argued that his bill was "quite different" from the "handy" procedure made by the Harper government and taking into account the concerns of the union and Canada Post.
But two independent genres, Frances Lankin and Diane Griffin, Hajdu wrote to express their concerns that the bill could not be constitutional. The two said that Hajdu had promised to give a government analysis to explain how the bill does not; the Charter of Copyright and Freedom was broken but it was not yet made until Friday night.
Look: Canada Post strike in Moncton
CUPW members have held cycling trips for a month, bringing back unsuccessful unsuccessful mail and post office packs, although Canada Post and its union Express how much the pileup is.
Canada Post says he could take weeks – even a & # 39; stretching up to 2019 – to clarify the built-up reserve, especially at major classification centers in Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver.
There are 50,000 CUPW members, in two groups, wanting better pay for rural transporters and suburbs, more vacancies and minimum times.