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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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Friday November 2 2018
For Immediate Release - Ottawa – Members of Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW) from the Timmins (ON), Sault-Ste-Marie (ON), Bois Francs (QC) and Grande Prairie (AB) locals walked off the job this morning as part of CUPWs second week of rotating strikes.
Friday November 2 2018
400 Postal Workers Join Picket Lines - For Immediate Release - Ottawa – Members of Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW) from the St-John’s local in Newfoundland and Labrador walked off the job at 8.00 am NT this morning as part of CUPWs second week of rotating strikes.
Friday November 2 2018
800 Postal Workers Join Picket Lines - For Immediate Release - Ottawa – Members of Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW) from the Kitchener-Waterloo local in Ontario walked off the job at 12.01am early this morning as part of CUPWs second week of rotating strikes.
Thursday November 1 2018
400 Postal Workers walked off the job at 6.00pm on Thursday - For Immediate Release - Ottawa –Members of the Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW) in the Moncton local will head to the picket lines at 6.00 pm AT on Thursday, November 1st.
Thursday November 1 2018
For Immediate Release - Ottawa – Members of the Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW) working in three more locals across the country walked off the job on Thursday morning. Workers from the Regina (SK), North Bay (ON) and Outaouais (QC) locals joined their 1,850 fellow workers from Hamilton (ON) and La Mauricie (QC) who went on strike earlier today.
Thursday November 1 2018
1,850 Postal Workers Join Picket Lines - For Immediate Release - Ottawa – Members of Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW) from the Hamilton local in Ontario walked off the job at 12.01am early this morning as part of CUPWs second week of rotating strikes. The Hamilton local joined their 350 fellow workers from La Mauricie (QC) local who walked off the job at 11.30pm.
Wednesday October 31 2018
Direct action to stop overburdening begins at midnight - For Immediate Release - Ottawa - Effective November 1st at 12:01 am, the Canadian Union of Postal Workers is calling a national overtime ban for both of its major bargaining units at Canada Post. Postal workers, no matter what their job at Canada Post, will not work more than an eight-hour day and not more than a 40-hour week.
Wednesday October 31 2018
400 Postal Workers Join Picket Lines in BC This Morning - For Immediate Release - Ottawa – Members of Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW) working in four locals on Vancouver Island, in British Columbia, walked off the job on Wednesday morning. Workers from the Nanaimo, Port Alberni, Courtenay and Campbell River locals joined fellow workers from Prince Edward Island, Quebec and Ontario, who went on strike earlier today.
Wednesday October 31 2018
2,500 Postal Workers Join Picket Lines Wednesday Morning - For Immediate Release - Ottawa – Members of Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW) from National Capital Region and across Quebec walked off the job early this morning as part of CUPWs second week of rotating strikes.
Wednesday October 31 2018
Postal Service in PEI Completely Shut Down as 200 Workers Walk Off The Job - For Immediate Release - Ottawa – There will be no mail delivery in Prince Edward Island today, as members of the Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW) across the province walked off the job at 12:01 am AT.

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