The Canadian Union of Postal Workers don't want to deliver mail. They'd rather engage in extreme left-wing political activism - at their members' expense. Check out this video report by Brian Lilly. Yes, we all know what side the unions are on, but when all those odious organizations that the unions openly side with are being named, it becomes obvious that the situation is far worse than we think.
And the solution lays in reforming the labor code. It may sound surprising, but arm-twisting people into being union members is not so widespread a practice as most of us think it is. In fact, Canada appears to be the only developed country where no opt-out provisions exists, where someone who doesn't wish to become (or remain) a union member must forfeit the job opportunity and seek employment in a company that hasn't yet been overtaken by one of those all-pervasive "locals".
Hopefully, now, we can finally look forward for the things to change. And in the end, the union's extreme left political activism may fire back at them. The more radical anti-West, anti-Middle class, anti-Christian groups the unions side with, the more people will eventually welcome the bill that would lessen unions' grip on their members.