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Three people were arrested then released with trashing tickets Wednesday morning as demonstrators again picked up in Canada mail letter processing plant in support of pies who were ordered back to work, according to an organizer.
About 40 people attended the early morning protest, said Dylan Pener from people for postal workers. It is the second protest in Ottawa this week as an activist stage demonstrations across the country.
"We are there today to have a committee of communities and we have succeeded in delivering any mail in or out today," said Pinner, adding that demonstrators tend to post office workers very charter due to the return of the law last week.
Similar sentence passed by Prime Minister Stephen Harper Government was subsequently found to be unconstitutional, Pinier said, adding that demonstrators aim to print Prime Minister Justin Trudau's government to repeat the law enforcement and pressure from Canada to negotiate a "fair" contract with Postal Workers on issues including mounting damage rates and pay equity.
"While policeman workers have been back to work, there are millions of other coastline workers, which are not restricted by the legislation," he said, pointing to mounting operations across Canada.
The police said the demonstrators arrived at Sandford Fleming Avenue in Wight hours and estimated their number at about 30 and arrested "a bit." A spokeswoman said that the investigation on Monday and Wednesday demonstrations was ongoing. No more information was released.
Canada post was Monday that "people are illegally abstracting the movement of mail" in its facilities in Ottawa, Hamilton and Oshwa.
"We will continue to take appropriate action to address the illegal activity that protects the collection and delivery of mail and parcel," said the corporation.
In Ottawa on Monday, many of the protesters are from the revolutionary Party of Ottawa and the International Workers of the World, a spokesman said.
On Saturday, Canada has reported that it has experienced illegal picketing by people who are not employees of Canada Post and have no affiliation with the company "Despite the Ontario Superior Court incident against blockades of its Ontario facilities.
The Senate has put back-to-work law a week ago as a rotating strike in its sixth week.
The Canadian Association of Postal Workers cured its "alleged" Monday, showing Canada's blockades of facilities in Ottawa, Oshawa and Hamilton, and demonstrations across the country over the weekend.
Six people were arrested in Halifax over the weekend for patrolling a mail facility; Additional pickups are held in London Tuesday.
In a "message for Canadians," the corporation said on its website that "due to unprecedented backlashes, Canada has suspended its delivery of standard guarantees for all products until further notice."
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