wage. The workers at that time, they said the post office save money from the women workers. Women workers were do not have the protection. Supervisor do not like the women workers just get fire. The postal workers want to recognize their union. The postal workers said public service need to justify, and the workers are right to strike. Lots of postal workers were get angry,and they want to response from the post office; right wage and better working condition. The office thought the workers cannot strike to government. The workers Liu and Bill K were planning to make the strike in Vancouver. 1924 early strike was really small, not all the workers knew it, and the supervisor and workers just working in the office. July 22, all the people went out and go on the strike. The workers get nothing, but they still want to strike. Finally, the workers won and improving the working condition. They have machine and the workers were easy to work. The book, articles, and film talked about the public sector unionism, especially some of the reference focusing on the Canada post workers strike. The film by Michael Ostroff was
showed in 1965 postal workers, and the Lancaster House Headlines article showed in 2018 postal workers in Canada. I believe still lots of postal workers working condition is poor and get unfair wage. Long time ago postal workers strike but still lots of things, even legislation is not clear to postal workers. I believe that the Lancaster House Headlines article is easy to understand for the postal workers in Canada. Because it happens on last year, so it is really recent strike in Canada. Compare with the film, which is talked about in 1965 postal workers, still postal workers’ working condition is poor.REFERENCERoss, Stephanie, Larry Savage, Errol Black and Jim Silver. Building a Better World: An Introduction to the Labour Movement in Canada, 3rd. ed. Halifax and Winnipeg: Fernwood, 2015, 53-59
Doorey, David. “A Constitutional Right to Strike Comes to Canada!” Law of Work, 30 January 2015. “Federal government ends Canada Post strike with back-to-work legislation, union goes to court.” Lancaster House Headlines, 19 December 2018. Memory and Muscle: The Strike of 1965. Directed by Michael Ostroff. Canadian Union of Postal Workers, 1995.