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Ottawa, Ontario  K2P 1Y3
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Thursday June 18 2015

What if we put child care on the national agenda and made the politicians listen?  CUPW is working with our labour partners and the Child Care Advo

Thursday June 18 2015

Some of our brothers and sisters in the processing plants in Vancouver, Montreal, and Toronto have been terminated arbitrarily.

Thursday June 18 2015

As part of our ongoing campaign to keep our public postal service a strong dynamic entity in our communities, CUPW is ren

Wednesday June 17 2015

The ugly truth is now clear. Canada was founded on the destruction of Indigenous societies and cultural genocide.

Friday June 12 2015
Prepared for the 23rd Conference on Postal and Delivery Economics June 3-6, 2015, Vouliagmeni, Athens, Greece By Geoff Bickerton and Katherine Steinhoff, Canadian Union of Postal Workers
Friday June 12 2015

Dear GTA Mayors and City Councils,

Thursday June 11 2015

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Thursday June 11 2015

Every year we meet with Canada Post, Great West Life and Sun Life to review the premiums for the Extended Health Care, the Dental and the Long Term

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