Canadian Union of Postal Workers

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CUPW is a democratic union. CUPW members have a say every step of the way. They elect their own representatives. They help develop priorities for contract negotiations. Members also have a right to vote on the final package of demands that is developed during negotiations and any contract that is negotiated.
December 13, 2016 |
"We're glad to see that about two-thirds of the people who lost home delivery might be getting it back. We won't be satisfied until they all get it back. We also demand a discussion of a postal bank."
September 8, 2016 |
Canadians have flooded their members of Parliament with messages in support of postal banking after Canada's six biggest banks reported a combined profit of $10.4 billion last week.
September 1, 2016 |
Though CUPW has reached a tentative and short-term collective agreement, union leadership will be back at the bargaining table next year to address many unresolved issues like pay equity and pensions.
August 30, 2016 |
Postal workers have twice agreed to postpone job action for 24 hours. As negotiations continue both Canada Post management and workers have agreed to continue negotiations until Wednesday August 31.
August 26, 2016 |
Unless an agreement is reached between Canada Post management and workers within the next 72 hours a nation-wide postal strike is set to begin.
August 19, 2016 |
Chopra's got some explaining to do. CUPW will confront Harper's man in the post office today at Canada Post's annual public meeting.
August 15, 2016 |
CUPW workers' strike vote is valid up to August 25. Will Canada Post lock workers out, extend negotiations and therefore the strike vote's validity, or will the union serve a 72-hour strike notice?
August 11, 2016 |
On Saturday, over 1,000 postal workers and allies gathered in Montreal and marched to Prime Minister Trudeau's constituency office to deliver our message to the government.
August 2, 2016 |
Canada Post isn't budging on key issues. Postal workers will rally on August 6 at Justin Trudeau's constituency office in Montreal to demand fair pensions, pay equity, and sustainable public services.
July 19, 2016 |
Canada Post and CUPW continue negotiations this week. There are still many issues to be addressed. Will this be the week when progress is made?
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