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CUPW National Office

377 Bank Street
Ottawa, Ontario  K2P 1Y3
Canada

Tel: (613) 236-7238
Fax: (613) 563-7861
TTY: (613) 236-9753

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Monday November 21 2016
Dear Minister: I am writing on behalf of the 50,000 members of the Canadian Union of Postal Workers to urge you to abandon Bill C-27, An Act to amend the Pension Benefits Standards Act, 1985, which represents a dangerous and immediate attack on future and current retirees and Defined Benefit (DB) pension plans in the federal private sector and at Crown corporations such as Canada Post.
Wednesday September 7 2016
Thursday July 28 2016
The attack on Urban workers is directly related to the inequities that RSMC members face. The only way to stop these attacks is to achieve full equity for RSMCs. CPC’s initial position was to attack the following Urban benefits and working conditions. All of these are benefits that the RSMCs do not have:
Friday July 1 2016
Today we presented CPC with our Global Offers for both the urban and RSMC collective agreements. As a result, we will not be servicing our 72-hour notice. Therefore, there will be no industrial action prior to July 6th.
Saturday June 25 2016

Today we received the first global offers from Canada Post Corporation for the Urban and RSMC units.

Wednesday June 15 2016
On June 14th, the Union received letters from Canada Post stating that as of July 2nd, RSMC and Urban members will no longer be covered by our benefit plans. It is extremely important that you read this bulletin and follow the suggestions we have made.
Tuesday June 14 2016

Are you thinking of retiring soon? Have you submitted your papers to Canada Post to say that you plan to retire on or after July 2nd?

Friday May 27 2016
After more than six months of difficult and frustrating negotiations we need to send Canada Post management a strong message. “Address the Union’s proposals for equality, job security, improvements, full-time jobs and healthy working conditions and drop your demands for rollbacks. And do it now!” This strike vote is about the future – our future. At stake are our pensions, wages, benefits and working conditions for years to come. This is our opportunity to tell the employer where we stand and that we deserve better.
Tuesday May 10 2016
Many members or their dependants are on prescription drugs that are commonly referred to as maintenance drugs or long-term medications. Maintenance or long-term medications are those drugs you may take on a regular basis to treat conditions such as high cholesterol, high blood pressure or diabetes.
Friday April 29 2016

Arbitrator Jolliffe has sustained the Union's grievance #N00-12-00016 concerning the Short Term Disability Plan (STDP) and stated that the changes

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