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Friday October 17 2014

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Wednesday June 12 2013
(PPT) A financial assessment of postal banking and financial services at various postal administrations By Katherine Steinhoff and Geoff Bickerton Canadian Union of Postal Workers Prepared for the 21st Conference on Postal and Delivery Economics May 29th to June 1st, 2013, County Dublin, Ireland
Wednesday June 12 2013
A financial assessment of postal banking and financial services at various postal administrations By Katherine Steinhoff and Geoff Bickerton Canadian Union of Postal Workers Prepared for the 21st Conference on Postal and Delivery Economics May 29th to June 1st, 2013, County Dublin, Ireland
Friday October 17 2014
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Thursday October 29 2015

Sisters and Brothers, we must thank our activists and our allies for their incredible work.

Wednesday October 28 2015

CUPW is happy that Canada Post has “temporarily” suspended its decision to end home mail delivery, but the union would like to see a “permanent” ha

Tuesday October 27 2015

This is what solidarity looks like!

Friday October 17 2014

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Thursday October 16 2014

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Wednesday October 15 2014

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Thursday October 9 2014

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Thursday October 9 2014

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Tuesday June 26 2012
Prepared for the 20th Conference on Postal and Delivery Economics May 30th to June 2nd, 2012, Brighton, U.K. <p></p>On June 2, 2011, following eight months of collective bargaining negotiations, the Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW) initiated a series of rotating work stoppages conducted in various communities in Canada. On June 14, Canada Post Corporation (CPC) initiated a nation-wide lockout of 48,000 postal workers which completely stopped the delivery and processing of mail. Immediately following management’s implementation of the lockout, the Canadian government announced it would introduce back-to-work legislation. The government claimed that the labour disruption was causing major economic damage.
Thursday October 9 2014

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Wednesday October 8 2014

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Friday October 10 2014

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