Community activists are protesting back to work legislation for Canada Post workers Tuesday by picketing outside of the mail processing plant in London.
Wendy Goldsmith, of Londoners for Door-to-Door, believes the back-to-work legislation violates workers rights.
Protesters, who say they stand in solidarity with postal workers, began their picket around 7 a.m. at 951 Highbury Avenue just south of Oxford Street.
At times there were reports of traffic tie-ups as workers were being delayed heading into the plant.
The protestors are calling for the government to repeal the back-to-work legislation.
Wendy Goldsmith... a member of ‘Londoners for Door-to-Door’... believes the back to work legislation that was imposed by the government is a violation of workers rights... @CTVLondon #CanadaPostStrike pic.twitter.com/Pfs344yMdR— Sacha Long (@SachaLongCTV) December 4, 2018