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Teuila Fuatai | Postal workers have repeatedly stated its members do not want to strike and that the worker pension, pay equity and service cutbacks are key issues in negotiations.
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Cory Collins | Disability organizations remain concerned about existing community mailboxes' accessibility and echo CUPW's calls for a permanent end to the cuts on door-to-door delivery.
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Mattha Busby | As Canada Post continues to report profits, many question why changes to services, mainly removing door-to-door delivery and increasing stamp prices, are still in place.
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Scott Neigh | Wendy Goldsmith and David Heap talk about Londoners for Door to Door and the growing grassroots community momentum in London, Ont., against the cuts to Canada Post.
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Mike Palecek | Postal workers have said that Harper will regret his decision to privatize Canada Post. And with the election this year, we'll see if they're right.
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Mike Palecek | Secret documents show that, despite Harper's denials, the Conservative government's postal cuts are just much preparation for privatizing the postal service.
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H.G. Watson | 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.
RabbleTV
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Greg Macdougall | 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.
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rabble staff | Protest against the plan to terminate door-to-door mail delivery hit Toronto streets on March 15 with close to 100 people answering the call.
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Meg Borthwick | Canadian non-profits are really seeing love from the Harper government: increases in postage will damage their long-term financial viability and audits cost money and will distract from their mission.
Blog
Steffanie Pinch | The Canadian Union of Postal Workers is a radical union that has learned how to organize for sustained success. Activists can use these lessons to save Canada Post!
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H.G. Watson | An Ottawa news outlet, Blacklock's Reporter, requested an 800-page report on postal banking and Canada Post redacted over 700 pages of it. What happened to this report and why was so much redacted?