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Thursday November 1 2018
1,850 Postal Workers Join Picket Lines - For Immediate Release - Ottawa – Members of Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW) from the Hamilton local in Ontario walked off the job at 12.01am early this morning as part of CUPWs second week of rotating strikes. The Hamilton local joined their 350 fellow workers from La Mauricie (QC) local who walked off the job at 11.30pm.
Wednesday October 31 2018

The days are quickly passing, the strike activity is escalating and while there has been some movement from Canada Post at the bargaining table, al

Wednesday October 31 2018

The National Executive Board has called for a nationwide overtime ban effective November 1 at 12:01 a.m.

Wednesday October 31 2018
Direct action to stop overburdening begins at midnight - For Immediate Release - Ottawa - Effective November 1st at 12:01 am, the Canadian Union of Postal Workers is calling a national overtime ban for both of its major bargaining units at Canada Post. Postal workers, no matter what their job at Canada Post, will not work more than an eight-hour day and not more than a 40-hour week.
Wednesday October 31 2018
400 Postal Workers Join Picket Lines in BC This Morning - For Immediate Release - Ottawa – Members of Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW) working in four locals on Vancouver Island, in British Columbia, walked off the job on Wednesday morning. Workers from the Nanaimo, Port Alberni, Courtenay and Campbell River locals joined fellow workers from Prince Edward Island, Quebec and Ontario, who went on strike earlier today.
Wednesday October 31 2018
2,500 Postal Workers Join Picket Lines Wednesday Morning - For Immediate Release - Ottawa – Members of Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW) from National Capital Region and across Quebec walked off the job early this morning as part of CUPWs second week of rotating strikes.
Wednesday October 31 2018
Postal Service in PEI Completely Shut Down as 200 Workers Walk Off The Job - For Immediate Release - Ottawa – There will be no mail delivery in Prince Edward Island today, as members of the Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW) across the province walked off the job at 12:01 am AT.
Tuesday October 30 2018
While many of you have been out on the street showing your support for improved health and safety, better working conditions, more permanent work and less precarious employment, improved staffing, fair compensation for all and equality, your negotiating committee has been battling hard and working long hours to make this happen. So far, none of these important demands have been resolved.
Tuesday October 30 2018
For Immediate Release - Ottawa – The 6,000 members of Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW) from the Montreal local in Quebec will return to work tonight at 11:30 pm ET, after striking for 25 hours.
Tuesday October 30 2018
100 Postal Workers Walked Off the Job this Morning - For Immediate Release - Ottawa – Members of Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW) from the Dawson Creek, Fort Nelson and Fort St. John locals in British Columbia, joined the picket lines at 7 am MT this morning. Workers from the Columbia River and Nelson locals, also in BC, quickly followed suit, with picket lines forming at 7 am PT.
Tuesday October 30 2018
1,100 Workers to Strike Across the Prairies - For Immediate Release - Ottawa – Members of Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW) from the Moose Jaw, Saskatoon and Weyburn locals in Saskatchewan, walked off the job between 6 am and 8 am CT, Tuesday, October 30.
Tuesday October 30 2018
Over 250 Postal Workers Join Picket Lines - For Immediate Release - Ottawa – – Members of Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW) in Southwestern, Northern and Eastern Ontario walked off the job at 7 am ET, Tuesday, October 30.
Monday October 29 2018
Earlier this year an arbitrator ruled that the work of Rural and Suburban Mail Carriers (RSMC) is of equal value to their urban counterparts, but there are still numerous issues to address before RSMCs have rights and conditions that are truly equal.
Sunday October 28 2018
Your negotiating committee worked long hours all weekend with the assistance of Mediator Morton Mitchnick, in an attempt to unblock what seemed to be an impasse. We met with both the mediator and Canada Post numerous times over the weekend and we will continue to meet with the objective to achieve negotiated settlements. Your negotiators are determined to get the agreements that you deserve.
Monday October 29 2018
6,000 Postal Workers in Montreal Join Picket Lines - For Immediate Release - Ottawa – Members of the Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW) from the Montreal local in Québec, will strike at 10:30 pm ET on Monday, October 29.
Monday October 29 2018
150 Workers Will Walk Off the Job this Afternoon - For Immediate Release - Ottawa – Members of the Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW) in the Prince George (British Columbia) local will strike at 12 pm PT on October 29, joining their provincial colleagues from the Royal City, Upper Valley, Fraser Valley West and Squamish locals.
Monday October 29 2018
1,500 Postal Workers in British Columbia to Join Picket Lines this Morning - For Immediate Release - Ottawa – Members of four Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW) locals in British Columbia are set to strike at 8 am PT on Monday, October 29. The following locals will be striking: Royal City (Maple Ridge) Fraser Valley West (Surrey) Upper Valley (Chilliwack) Squamish (Squamish)
Sunday October 28 2018
800 More Postal Workers Join Picket Lines Early Monday Morning - For Immediate Release - Ottawa – Members of the Canadian union of Postal Workers (CUPW) from the Brandon local in Manitoba, the Thunder Bay, Pickering, Oshawa and Peterborough locals in Ontario, and those from the Lloydminster local in Saskatchewan, joined the postal strike early this morning. Members working out of the Canada Post depot in Pickering, which is part of the Scarborough local, also joined the picket lines.
Sunday October 28 2018
Over 1,500 Postal Workers Set to Picket Tonight - For Immediate Release - Ottawa – Members of the Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW) from the Winnipeg local in Manitoba, will walk off the job at 10 pm CT on Sunday, October 28. Postal workers from the Iles-de-la-Madeleine (Québec) and Niagara Falls (Ontario) locals remain on the picket lines.
Friday October 26 2018
At midnight, the five RSMCs who make up the local, will strike - For Immediate Release - Ottawa – Members of one of the smallest Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW) locals, Iles-de-la-Madeleine, (Quebec) will join their sisters and brothers from the Sudbury and Niagara Falls locals in Ontario, and the Vancouver (British Columbia) local on the picket lines at 12:01 am ET on Saturday, October 27. Workers from the Fundy (New Brunswick) local are back at work after 24-hour strike action.
Friday October 26 2018
About 3,400 Workers Join Picket Lines in British Columbia - For Immediate Release - Ottawa – Members of the Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW) from the Vancouver local in British Columbia, walked off the job at 9 am PT on Friday, October 26th, joining the Niagara Falls (Ontario), Fundy (New Brunswick) and Sudbury (Ontario) locals on the picket lines on the fifth day of rotating postal strikes.
Friday October 26 2018
About 100 Workers Join Job Action - For Immediate Release - Ottawa – Members of the Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW) from the Niagara Falls local in Ontario, walked off the job at 10 am ET on Friday, October 26th, joining the Fundy local (New Brunswick) and the Sudbury local (Ontario) on the picket lines. Workers in Sherbrooke and Red Deer returned to work at 4 am ET and 6 am MT, respectively.
Thursday October 25 2018
500 Workers in New Brunswick and Ontario Set To Strike - For Immediate Release - Ottawa – Members of the Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW) from the Fundy local in New Brunswick and the Sudbury local in Ontario, will walk off the job at 12:01 am (local times) on Friday, October 26th.
Wednesday October 24 2018

The mediator appointed by the Government to assist the parties, Mr. Morton Mitchnick has now arrived in Ottawa.

Thursday October 25 2018

Just about 260 workers walk off the job in Red Deer 

For Immediate Release