Status of Negotiations

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Tuesday October 30 2018
Update #7

While many of you have been out on the street showing your support for improved health and safety, better working conditions, more permanent work and less precarious employment, improved staffing, fair compensation for all and equality, your negotiating committee has been battling hard and working long hours to make this happen. So far, none of these important demands have been resolved.

 

What Next?

We must remain united and strong and continue putting pressure on Canada Post. Our health and safety is not negotiable. We must have improved working conditions so that Canada Post no longer has over 5 times the number of disabling injuries as the rest of the federal sector.

 

Your Support Is Key

The rotating strikes are having an impact. Your participation on the picket line is sending a strong message to Canada Post.

 

Communications

Stay informed, watch your bulletin boards, email, follow CUPW on twitter at @cupw, at https://www.facebook.com/cupwsttp/ and sign up for CUPW’s e-Digest at http://www.cupw.ca/en/cupw-edigest.

 

 

Stay Determined and Hold the Line!

 

 

In Solidarity,

Nancy Beauchamp
Chief Negotiator, RSMC bargaining unit
Sylvain Lapointe
Chief Negotiator, Urban Unit
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