Canada Post and the Canadian Union of Postal Workers are currently negotiating a new collective agreement.
Niagara residents, suppliers and customers should prepare now for a possible disruption in mail delivery service as early as September 26, 2018.
During a postal service disruption, residents are required to pay their fines on time.
You have two other ways to pay your Provincial Offences fine:
Do not mail fine payments if a strike is expected or during a postal service disruption.
You can deliver documents:
If you have already mailed documents or forms to the court by regular mail, the court may not be able to complete your request until the postal strike is over.
Residents can pick up their monthly bill at their long-term care home.
Payment can be made by cheque at the long-term care home or Niagara Region Headquarters.
Tenants can drop off payment directly at Niagara Region Headquarters.
Suppliers can send invoices by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Suppliers expecting payments from Niagara Region and Niagara Regional Housing are encouraged to sign up for electronic fund transfer to avoid the inconvenience of postal service disruptions.
To sign up for electronic fund transfer:
Payment cheques will be available for pick up at Niagara Region headquarters in Thorold for suppliers who choose not to sign up for electronic fund transfer.
Customers with amounts owing to Niagara Region are reminded that payments must still be received by the due date.
Consider using methods other than Canada Post, including online banking, credit card and electronic fund transfer. Contact email@example.com to learn more.
Customers waiting for a bill from Niagara Region can sign up below to receive invoices by email.