Collective Agreement Between Canada Post And Cupw

Instead, the quantities of packages during the holiday period were lower than in the previous year. Throughout the company, a huge amount of work has been done to be covered by the backlogs and I would like to thank everyone for their contribution to these efforts. There are about 42,000 UPO members from coast to coast. In 1989, the Letter Carriers Union of Canada (LCUC) joined cupW, allowing the union to count both postal employees inside and outside. In 1981, Canada Post was transformed from a government department into a crown corporation, responding to a long-standing demand from the union. It was hoped that the creation of a crown corporation governed by the Canada Labour Act would improve relations between Canada Post and its union. While strikes were less frequent, shifting strikes took place in 1987 and 1991 against plans to privatize post offices, both ended by reintegration legislation and also saw attempts by Canada Post to break the strike with strikebreakers. “On June 11, 2020, Mediator and Arbitrator Elizabeth MacPherson rendered her judgment, which serves as the basis for new collective agreements between the Canada Post Corporation and the Canadian Postal Workers Union (CUPW). . . .

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