A potential strike or lockout is looming at Canada Post.
Members of the Canadian Union of Postal Workers will be in a legal strike position July 2.
At the same time, the Crown corporation will be in a legal position to lock out postal workers.
Many Canadians have received notices in some of their bills this month, warning them about a work stoppage and to make alternate plans to avoid late fees.
Canada Post is reportedly considering making cuts to pensions, benefits and job security.
CUP-W says it will continue to deliver pension and social assistance cheques.
Postal workers walked off the job in 2011 before being forced back to work when the federal government passed back-to-work legislation.