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Ottawa, Ontario  K2P 1Y3
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Wednesday December 20 2017

The government’s postal service review wrapped up a year ago in time for the holiday break, with a promise that the Liberal government w

Wednesday September 9 2015
1. Door-to-door delivery: Canada Post and the Conservative government plan on taking away door-to-door delivery from over five million Canadian households and replacing it with community mailbox delivery. This is going to create huge problems for residents, especially seniors and people with mobility issues. About 600 municipalities have passed resolutions opposing this cut or calling for a halt to the postal cuts announced in December 2013 until there is proper consultation.
Thursday August 20 2015

For Immediate Release 

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

Friday May 15 2015

For Immediate Release

Monday May 11 2015

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Tuesday February 10 2015

CUPW National will be holding two town halls (collective conference calls) and a Political Day of Action on April 23rd.

Wednesday January 21 2015

The Union has appointed an additional Co-ordinator to help with the campaigns relating to the review of the Canadian Postal Service Charter, the at

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