On August 6, 2016, postal workers and their supporters will be gathering in Montreal and other communities across our country to send a strong message to the shareholder and owner of Canada Post - the Government of Canada. The Canada Post Negotiating Committee must come to the table ready to settle the key issues and work with us to achieve negotiated collective agreements.
Prime Minister Trudeau’s election platform included issues that are key to this round of negotiations. These issues include retirement security, protecting the middle class, health and safety, pay equity and expanded public services. We are proposing the same things that the Liberals said were important during the election campaign. The Government must tell Canada Post management to negotiate these issues that are important to us and all Canadians.
There are many issues that are key during this important round of negotiations between the Canadian Union of Postal Workers and Canada Post:
On August 6, the CUPW Negotiators along with our members and supporters will be in Montreal to personally deliver our message. The Government must give CPC the mandate to come to the table and deal seriously with the issues that need to be settled to achieve new collective agreements.