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CUPW launched its postal banking campaign with a giant inflatable piggy bank in downtown Ottawa.

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Thursday April 16 2009

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Thursday April 16 2009
Bike messengers and car couriers protested outside Courrier Rapide on March 26th with a clear message to their employer: Une convention collective, ça presse! CUPW received a bargaining unit certificate on June 21, 2007 yet there’s still no signed collective agreement. Courrier Rapide management refuses to bargain in good faith. CUPW is now trying some more creative means to force Courrier Rapide to negotiate, including this demonstration outside their office. There’s more to come if they won’t budge!

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Thursday April 16 2009