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Tuesday November 18 2014

For Immediate Release

Monday October 6 2014
OTTAWA - The union representing postal workers strongly condemns a move by the private company “You Have Mail,” accusing it of exploiting the recent Canada Post decision to end door-to-door delivery for over five million Canadian households by offering to pick up mail and deliver it to the door – for a fee, of course.
Friday September 12 2014
For Immediate Release MILTON – On the day that the Canadian Postal Service Charter opens up for review, representatives from the Canadian Union of Postal Workers and other concerned groups are rallying at Minister Lisa Raitt’s office in Milton to send a strong message to the federal Conservatives that they should be talking to the public about postal service.

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