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January and February certainly brought to light many issues and problems from the workfloor. Cpc was bidding and finalizing all changes in the WMPP – initiating a new section, eliminating full time positions in Lock Boxes, reducing positions in all sections dealing solely with letter mail and bidding annual leave all in a few short Read more about President’s Report January/February 2019[…]
WOMEN’S MARCH CANADA – WINNIPEG MARCH Women’s March Canada – Winnipeg March acknowledges that we march on Treaty 1 territory and that the land on which we gather is the traditional territory of Anishinaabeg, Cree, Oji-Cree, Dakota, and Dene peoples, and the homeland of the Métis Nation. WE MARCH ~ in solidarity with women and human rights Read more about Women’s March Canada – Winnipeg March[…]
This is it. The Liberals are about to pass legislation to trample on workers’ constitutional rights and undermine collective bargaining. Will you speak out in support of postal workers? They plan to undemocratically end the postal workers’ strike – without resolving the issues, like the injury crisis or gender inequality. We can still stop them, Read more about 10 hours to support Postal Workers[…]
CUPW Announces Strike Locations Sunday October 21 2018 If last-minute deals cannot be reached this evening, rotating strikes will begin in four locations Monday morning For Immediate Release Ottawa – The Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW) will begin rotating strikes at 12:01 am tomorrow in Victoria (British Columbia), Edmonton (Alberta), Windsor (Ontario), and Read more about CUPW – 2018-10-21 – CUPW Announces Strike Locations[…]
Management Says No to CUPW’s Proposals Saturday October 20 2018 Update #3 NO to Health and Safety Today the Employer responded to a new proposal aimed at achieving our demand to address overburdening. The answer was NO. The injury rate at Canada Post is the highest of all federal industries and 5.4 times higher than Read more about CUPW – 2018-10-20 – Management Says No to CUPW’s Proposals[…]
Winnipeg Local Executive issue a letter to Jessica McDonald and all negotiators that attacking the sick and injured on STDP during a strike is akin to crimes of war. Their message is clear, this is not an acceptable way to treat employees! Letter to Jessica McDonald