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Canada Post takes steps to respond to rapidly deteriorating business situation

OTTAWA – Canada Post has notified the Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW) that it will be changing the terms and conditions of employment for all employees represented by the union starting Friday, July 8, 2016. The uncertainty caused by the prolonged negotiations and the union’s strike mandate is having …

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CUPW replies to Canada Post

Yesterday we reported that CPC provided us with letters outlining their response to our global offers, which we presented on July 1st, 2016. CPC’s letters stated that they reject our position and will withdraw their June 25th global offers “in their entirety” at the expiry of any 72-hour notice provided …

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CPC says no and makes a threat

Today, CUPW and Canada Post negotiators met in the presence of the mediators. There was a very frank discussion of the differences between the parties. CPC provided CUPW with a letter outlining their response to the CUPW global offer which we presented on July 1, 2016. The Corporation did not …

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Canada Post informs CUPW that June 25 offers are final

OTTAWA – On June 25, Canada Post tabled global offers to the Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW) that were designed to reach settlements without a work disruption. They included modest and manageable wage increases for all employees and no changes to the pension for all employees currently in the …

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Service expansion major issue at negotiations

For many years, CUPW has consistently taken the position that the best response to falling mail volumes is to expand into new services which meet the needs of the public and add revenues for Canada Post. Our view is that CPC should expand its existing services such as parcel delivery …

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Canada Post expresses disappointment with response from the Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW)

CUPW tables billion in demands OTTAWA – Canada Post is extremely disappointed with the response from the Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW) at the bargaining tables. Late Friday evening, CUPW tabled offers that would add at least $1 billion in new costs over the term of a new collective …

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Public advisory from Canada Post regarding a potential work disruption

OTTAWA – Labour negotiations between Canada Post and the Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW) continue. Talks have been ongoing since late 2015, and the parties are now in the final stretch. No legal work disruption can occur until July 2, 2016. Details of the offers are highlighted in the …

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HPE and InPost Canada team up to provide just in time parts delivery across the GTA

TORONTO — HPE Canada is now using the InPost Lockers 24/7 automated-parcel machine network to provide more timely and efficient delivery of parts to HPE field engineers. The service introduced in cooperation with UPS provides HPE the option to deliver replacement parts directly to one of 150 convenient InPost pick-up locations …

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Canada Post’s innovative FlexDelivery service earns global recognition at World Post & Parcel Awards

Service offers ‘most consumer-centric approach’: judges OTTAWA – Canada Post’s efforts to innovate and offer online shoppers greater convenience have been recognized with a prestigious global award. FlexDeliveryTM, the service that allows customers to direct the items they order online to any post office they choose, won the Delivery on …

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Update on NAMMU’s work with Canada Post

Following the last Canada Post work stoppage in 2011, along with the abundance of new offerings, many advertisers moved budgets to digital. The industry experienced significant volume declines. Around the same time, the National Association of Major Mail Users (NAMMU) Board come to the conclusion that it needed to set a …

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