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Wednesday November 14 2018
Your negotiating committee has now had an opportunity to review and analyze the new RSMC global offer that we received from Canada Post on November 14, 2018 in the afternoon. Canada Post says this latest offer will expire at 11:59 pm on Saturday, November 17, 2018. Canada Post has made some movements towards addressing our key priorities, however, we have a long way to go to achieve a negotiated collective agreement. There are many key issues missing, in addition to unacceptable proposals from Canada Post.
Wednesday November 14 2018
Your negotiating committee has now had an opportunity to review and analyze the latest global offer that we received from Canada Post on November 14, 2018 in the afternoon. Canada Post says this latest offer will expire at 11:59 pm on Saturday, November 17, 2018. Canada Post has made some movements towards addressing our key priorities, however, we have a long way to go to achieve a negotiated collective agreement.
Wednesday November 14 2018
On Wednesday, November 14, 2018, we received a new offer from Canada Post for both the RSMC and Urban Operations bargaining units.
Wednesday October 24 2018
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Thursday November 1 2018
Friday October 26 2018

*Letters, web sites and other support-related messages are available in the language in which they were received.

Friday October 26 2018

*Letters, web sites and other support-related messages are available in the language in which they were received.

Monday October 22 2018

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Monday October 22 2018

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Wednesday November 14 2018
2,600 New Workers on the Picket Lines Today - For Immediate Release - Ottawa – Members of the Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW) from the Niagara Falls, Stratford, Owen Sound and Windsor locals in Ontario are the latest group to walk off the job as the fourth week of postal strikes continues. They joined members of the St. John’s local in Newfoundland and Labardor, who began striking at 7 pm (NST) yesterday evening.
Tuesday November 13 2018

Background

Canada Post Corporation (CPC) began to implement Postal Transformation (PT) in 2010.

Tuesday November 13 2018

Nearly 10,000 Postal Workers on the Picket Lines

For Immediate Release

Monday November 12 2018

After many attempts to resolve the many outstanding issues that were necessary to achieve negotiated collective agreements, the parties remain far

Saturday November 10 2018

The parties are continuing to work with Mediator, Mr. Morton Mitchnick.

Saturday November 10 2018

Courage, focus and patience! We are up against big forces and an “operations” culture that has used us. It is not easy and we need each other.

Friday November 9 2018
The Union continues to work hard, with the assistance of Mediator, Mr. Morton Mitchnick, to move our negotiations forward. Your negotiating committee has presented all of our key issues to Mr. Mitchnick and we have given him the full background of why these issues must be addressed.
Friday November 9 2018
Parties Continue to Work with Mediator - For Immediate Release - Ottawa – The Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW) rotating strike made its way north today, as members from the Whitehorse local in the Yukon and the Labrador City and Goose Bay locals in Labrador, enjoyed their first taste of strike action. They were joined by postal workers from British Columbia, Ontario and Quebec, who also walked off the job yesterday evening and this morning.
Thursday November 8 2018
Some are asking how the overtime ban applies during the upcoming long weekend. Eight hours is eight hours - The overtime ban applies to ALL work performed at a premium rate (Remembrance Day is therefore part of the OT ban.) The overtime ban DOES NOT prevent part-time extensions and work for temporary workers up to a maximum of eight hours per day, forty hours per week.
Thursday November 8 2018
Ottawa – More members of Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW), just over 2,300 in total, in Ontario, Quebec, Nova Scotia and British Columbia, walked off the job this morning as part of the third week of rotating strikes.
Thursday November 8 2018
Montreal - November 29 & 30 And December 1st, 2018 - This conference is organized by the Centre international de solidarité ouvrière (CISO) (International Centre for Worker Solidarity), a vital forum where Quebec unions come together to focus on issues of international solidarity, particularly with a view to sharing resources and exchanging alternative information. Members interested in applying to attend this conference must do so by November 20, 2018.
Wednesday November 7 2018
Today, Minister of Labour Ms Patty Hajdu extended the appointment of Mr. Morton Mitchnick as a mediator, for a period of 4 days, to assist the parties in reaching negotiated collective agreements. Your negotiating committee will work with Mr. Mitchnick to achieve the improvements that we need in our collective agreements.
Tuesday November 6 2018
On November 5, 2018 in the early evening, Sisters Jan Simpson, Nancy Beauchamp, Brothers Mike Palecek and Sylvain Lapointe met with Minister of Labour, Ms Patty Hajdu and Minister of Public Services and Procurement and Accessibility, Ms Carla Qualtrough. The purpose of this meeting was to discuss the state of negotiations. At this meeting, we reiterated our will to achieve negotiated settlements.
Wednesday November 7 2018
1,300 postal workers join picket lines - For Immediate Release - Ottawa – Members of Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW) from the Belleville, Cornwall, Kingston, Brockville and Lindsay locals in Ontario walked off the job this morning at 8 am (ET). They joined members from the Haut-du-Lac local in Quebec, whose strike action began at 6 am (ET), and members from the Acadie-Bathurst, Campbellton, Edmunston, Fredericton, Miramichi, St. Stephen and Woodstock locals in New Brunswick, who walked off at 6 am (AT).
Wednesday November 7 2018
2,000 postal workers join picket lines - For Immediate Release - Ottawa – Member of Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW) from numerous locals in Ontario walked off the job at 12:01 am (ET) this morning. In total, 11 locals in Ontario began striking this morning...