December 21, 2018. Toronto Gateway Postal Plant. Activists send Posties a Christmas Card and wishes for their Charter to be respected in the coming years!
In an interview, Halifax-Dartmouth CUPW labour council president Suzanne MacNeil discusses right to bargaining and the ongoing negotiations with Canada Post.
In an interview, Halifax-Dartmouth Labour Council president Suzanne MacNeil discusses right to bargaining and the ongoing negotiations with Canada Post.
As the Senate continues to review the bill to end the strike by Canada Post workers, two senators issue public letter expressing concern over legality of the legislation.
Federal Labour Minister Patty Hadju -- who once wrote "healthy labour relations directly contribute to economic growth" -- is about to force postal workers back to work.
Canada Post has agreed to honour the arbitrator’s decision in its entirety. The parties have therefore agreed to end this legal saga that has been going on for far too long.
A postal worker from Winnipeg asked the Prime Minister about bullying at Canada Post during a town hall meeting. After the town hall, CUPW was inundated with complaints of bullying.
The Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW) has asked the Auditor General of Canada to investigate what led Canada Post to fraudulently report workplace injuries.
Postal union and social justice leaders, along with a mayor on a mission, joined Member of Parliament Irene Mathyssen (NDP, London-Fanshawe) on Parliament Hill this morning for a press conference.
Mostly female rural and suburban mail carriers make 25% less than their urban predominantly male counterparts at Canada Post. CUPW is insisting that this issue be addressed.