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Friday May 17 2019
A record number of women also elected to the National Executive Committee OTTAWA – The Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW) has elected Jan Simpson, a postal worker from the Scarborough local, as the union’s new National President. She becomes the first black woman to lead a national union in Canada. Julee Sanderson from the Saskatoon local was elected 1st National Vice-President. Bev Collins was re-elected as National Secretary-Treasurer.
Wednesday May 15 2019
Toronto – Postal workers and their allies took to the streets of Toronto this afternoon, marching to Nathan Philips Square, to support Foodora bike and car couriers who are fighting for their rights as workers.
Friday May 10 2019

We have now completed 12 days of hearings on our collective agreement(s) arbitration.

Wednesday February 20 2019

The minutes of the National Joint Uniform Committee meetings are written, translated and provided by Canada Post Corporation.

Wednesday February 20 2019

The minutes of the National Joint Uniform Committee meetings are written, translated and provided by Canada Post Corporation.

Tuesday May 7 2019
Bicycle and car couriers in the Toronto area working for Foodora, an app-based food delivery company, have been working with our organizers in a campaign to join CUPW. The couriers are fighting for better health and safety protections, fair compensation for they work they perform, and for the right to join a union.
Tuesday May 7 2019
On May 1st, the Consultative Committee on Benefits (CCB) had their annual spring meeting. The CCB committee consists of three unions: CUPW, Public Service Alliance of Canada (PSAC) and the Canadian Post Masters and Assistants Association (CPAA) as well as Canada Post.
Wednesday June 19 2019
“It always seems to be impossible, until it’s done” is a quote largely attributed to Nelson Mandela. Research suggests the quote or an altered version is actually over 2,000 years old and has been used as inspiration to fight for a better future. The problems are real. Our solutions are sound and now is the time for action in the streets, in our workplaces and in our communities to deliver results. This Action Plan is a blueprint to build a stronger CUPW, a mobilized membership and more vibrant and environmentally friendly communities.
Friday May 3 2019

There have been many questions on how the retroactive wage increases will impact the pensions of those members who retired after December 31, 2017

Friday May 3 2019

Islam is not our enemy. Faithful and generous people are not a burden. Ignorance, stupidity and hatred should be our targets, not people of faith.

Friday May 3 2019
This year’s poster brings together the stories of our sisters, brothers and comrades from Asian heritage. The blue colour represents the ocean that many have travelled on or over to arrive in Canada and Quebec. The red is emblematic of Canada, a society that is richer because it opened its door to the world.
Wednesday May 1 2019
Bike and car couriers at Foodora aim to unionize with CUPW: Toronto - Foodora bike and car couriers today announced their plans to unionize with the Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW).