Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Postal strike may delay B.C. HST referendum - CBC

Postal strike may delay B.C. HST referendum

Elections B.C. says a looming strike at Canada Post could delay or extend a mail-in referendum on the province's harmonized sales tax.

Canada Post has received 72-hour strike notice from the union representing postal workers, meaning the workers are in a legal strike position on Thursday.

Three million HST referendum ballots are to be mailed out in mid-June, with the ballots to be returned by July 22. However, the dates could be extended if there's a postal strike. --->>>

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