Protestors block entry to mail processing plant in London
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.