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Friday September 28 2018
[CUPW Translation] - 1. INTRODUCTION - [1] In the present case, I issued my first arbitration award on May 31, 2018. I then ruled on several issues in dispute, including the comparator group for rural and suburban mail carriers ("RSMCs") and permanent relief employees ("PREs"), namely the letter carrier group. It was also decided that these jobs are of equal value.[1]
Thursday June 14 2018
ARBITRATION TRIBUNAL - CANADA - PROVINCE OF ONTARIO - Date: May 31, 2018 ADJUDICATOR: MAUREEN FLYNN CANADA POST CORPORATION Hereinafter: “the Corporation” or “CPC” AND CANADIAN UNION OF POSTAL WORKERS - Hereinafter: “the Union” or “CUPW” Collective Agreement: Collective Agreement for Rural and Suburban Mail Carriers between Canada Post Corporation and the Canadian Union of Postal Workers – Expires December 31, 2017 (the “collective agreement”) AWARD OF THE ARBITRATOR (In the matter of a pay equity review process for the Rural and Suburban Mail Carriers)

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