Over 10,000 signed "Make the Review Public" postcards were delivered to Raitt's office, calling for the government to adhere to the terms of its Charter and conduct a public review of the post office.
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CUPW will deliver over 10,000 postcards protesting the failure of Lisa Raitt to consult with the public on a postal charter review and the sweeping changes announced by Canada Post.
Canada Post's latest profits prove what postal workers have been saying all along: alternatives to cutting postal service should not be dismissed.
After repeated denials from the Conservative government that service cuts and rate hikes at Canada Post have anything to do with privatization, we now know the opposite to be true.
Secret documents show that, despite Harper's denials, the Conservative government's postal cuts are just much preparation for privatizing the postal service.
A study on the impact of ending door-to-door postal delivery on vulnerable populations, concluding that Canada Post should “take a step back” and look at alternatives to ending door-to-door delivery.
A new poll found that 60 per cent of respondents oppose Canada Post's plan to replace door-to-door delivery with delivery to a community mailbox.
CUPW hosted a symposium this past weekend to explore the issue of postal banking and found that postal banking is a viable option for Canada Post, postal workers and the public.
Postal workers gathered to check out the facts about postal banking in Ottawa this weekend. From international success stories to strategy, here is a report on what they discussed.
Watch this interview with George Collins and John Anderson, discussing the case for offering banking services through the post office in Canada, and the success of New Zealand's KiwiBank.