“We believe that there is a real possibility to build a movement spanning Canada and Quebec to stop these attacks, and even build the power to make positive transformations to our postal system. There are four key reasons why we don’t think this isn’t just wishful thinking,” argue Doug Nesbitt and David Bush in their article “We Can Beat the Right and Win the Fight at Canada Post.”
Canadian Union of Postal Workers activist Dave Bleakney writes that “the proposed cuts are simply another round in a long fight. And we will need to shift gears if we are to succeed… This is not simply a struggle for postal workers: people should not wait for permission to save their post offices and push for increased service.” Read his “This post office belongs to everyone.”
Support Postal Workers is a useful resource page created in 2011 around CUPW’s rotating strike-turned-lockout.