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David Camfield | CUPW's collective bargaining with Canada Post is a rare case of a public sector union not only trying to defend its past gains but also to change the nature of the work its members do.
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Teuila Fuatai | The union said gender equity amongst its members was too important to leave to a third party stating "paying women equally for work of equal value is the law of the land."
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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.