Letters 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.
Nearly 50,000 locked-out Canada Post workers were forced back to their jobs this week under terms arranged by the government.
Canada's Charter of Rights and Freedoms contains the right to belong to a union and Canada's labour code protects the right to collective bargaining. The union wants to file a legal challenge on these grounds.
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