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Thursday November 8 2018
Ottawa – More members of Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW), just over 2,300 in total, in Ontario, Quebec, Nova Scotia and British Columbia, walked off the job this morning as part of the third week of rotating strikes.
Wednesday November 7 2018
Today, Minister of Labour Ms Patty Hajdu extended the appointment of Mr. Morton Mitchnick as a mediator, for a period of 4 days, to assist the parties in reaching negotiated collective agreements. Your negotiating committee will work with Mr. Mitchnick to achieve the improvements that we need in our collective agreements.
Wednesday November 7 2018
1,300 postal workers join picket lines - For Immediate Release - Ottawa – Members of Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW) from the Belleville, Cornwall, Kingston, Brockville and Lindsay locals in Ontario walked off the job this morning at 8 am (ET). They joined members from the Haut-du-Lac local in Quebec, whose strike action began at 6 am (ET), and members from the Acadie-Bathurst, Campbellton, Edmunston, Fredericton, Miramichi, St. Stephen and Woodstock locals in New Brunswick, who walked off at 6 am (AT).
Wednesday November 7 2018
2,000 postal workers join picket lines - For Immediate Release - Ottawa – Member of Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW) from numerous locals in Ontario walked off the job at 12:01 am (ET) this morning. In total, 11 locals in Ontario began striking this morning...
Tuesday November 6 2018
4,500 postal workers join picket lines - For Immediate Release - Ottawa – The Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW) rotating strikes returned to Toronto this evening. Members of the Toronto local working in the following locations walked off the job at 7 pm (ET)...
Tuesday November 6 2018
On November 5, 2018 in the early evening, Sisters Jan Simpson, Nancy Beauchamp, Brothers Mike Palecek and Sylvain Lapointe met with Minister of Labour, Ms Patty Hajdu and Minister of Public Services and Procurement and Accessibility, Ms Carla Qualtrough. The purpose of this meeting was to discuss the state of negotiations. At this meeting, we reiterated our will to achieve negotiated settlements.
Tuesday November 6 2018
600 More Postal Workers Join Picket Lines - For Immediate Release - Ottawa – Members of Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW) from the Mont-Joli, Val-d’Or, La Sarre, Hautes-Laurentides and Rouyn-Noranda locals in Quebec, and Newmarket local in Ontario, walked off the job late last night and early this morning as part of CUPWs third week of rotating strikes.
Tuesday November 6 2018
Ottawa – Members of Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW) from the Amherstburg, Delhi, Owen Sound, Sarnia, and St. Thomas locals in Ontario, walked off the job at 12:01 am (ET) this morning as part of CUPWs third week of rotating strikes.
Monday November 5 2018
Postal Workers from the Pickering Facility Join Picket Lines - For Immediate Release - Ottawa – Members of Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW) from the Scarborough local working at the Pickering facility walked off the job at 6.00 pm (ET) this evening as part of CUPWs third week of rotating strikes. Workers from the Saguenay Lac St-Jean local in Quebec also walked off the job this evening at 5 pm (ET).
Monday November 5 2018
For years Canada Post management submitted false injury reports to Labour Canada and claimed that injuries were being dramatically reduced. Eventually management was caught and the truth about injuries at Canada Post was revealed.

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