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Ottawa, Ontario  K2P 1Y3
Canada

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Friday February 23 2018

As we always take the necessary steps to ensure that only members perform any duties within the bargaining unit under any circumstances, our demand

Wednesday December 20 2017

The government’s postal service review wrapped up a year ago in time for the holiday break, with a promise that the Liberal government w

Thursday August 31 2017

For Immediate Release

OTTAWA - The Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW) congratulate Carla Qualtrough for her appointme

Tuesday May 2 2017

Canada Post made $81 million in net profit in 2016 in spite of a management team that refused to innovate and despite management threats to lock ou

Wednesday April 5 2017

This month, we think of our Sikh co-workers and community members, and we remember the struggle of Sikhs in this land as part of the fight to rid C

Monday March 13 2017

On Friday, March 10th, we received notification from the corporation that they intend to implement a major restructure of delivery opera

Thursday April 21 2016

Nobody wants to go there. But unfortunately we may have to. 

Thursday April 21 2016

Toronto (ON), Victoria (BC) and Wabana (NL) have recently passed resolutions in support of postal banking.

Friday March 18 2016

Still no news on the promised public review of Canada Post, apart from some vague comments Minister Judy Foote recently made to

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