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More rotating strikes by postal workers in B.C. on Monday

Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW) members stand on picket line along Almon St., in front of the Canada Post regional sorting headquarters in Halifax on Monday, Oct.22, 2018 after a call for a series of rotating 24-hour strikes. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Ted Pritchard.
Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW) members stand on picket line along Almon St., in front of the Canada Post regional sorting headquarters in Halifax on Monday, Oct.22, 2018 after a call for a series of rotating 24-hour strikes. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Ted Pritchard. Global News

The rotating strikes by unionized Canada Post workers have returned to B.C.

READ MORE: Canada Post rotating strikes extend to Winnipeg and Brandon, Man.

Postal workers are off the job in the Fraser Valley, including Abbotsford and Chilliwack, along with Maple Ridge and Squamish.

On Friday, 3,400 were off the job in Metro Vancouver.

They are back at work there today.

WATCH: The Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW) has begun a series of rotating strikes in four cities. The main reasons for the strike involve health and safety measures, job security, and forced overtime.

Why Canada Post workers are on strike
Why Canada Post workers are on strike

READ MORE: Canada Post rotating strikes move to Vancouver Friday

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Also off Monday are postal workers in several cities in Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario, and one local in Quebec.

The rotating strikes are an effort by the union to force Canada Post to improve its latest contract offer.