Postal workers in Kimberley and the Elk Valley are off the job Friday.
The mail carriers in Kimberley, Jaffray, Sparwood, Fernie and Elkford are on strike for 24 hours and will be back on the job Tuesday.
This follows rotating strikes in Cranbrook Thursday, which ended at 7 am Friday morning.
A mediator was appointed by the federal government two weeks ago in hopes of ending rotating walkouts at Canada Post.
That mediator is on the job for three more days and the Canadian Union of Postal Workers is hopeful Canada Post will come to the bargaining table.
(Pictured: Postal workers on strike in front of the Cranbrook Post Office Thursday.)