Bargaining Demands Input Call for Canada Post Corporation

Canada Post: PSAC's Canada Industrial Relations Board Application

Joint Statement on Canada Post's environmental footprint

Canada Post and its bargaining agents recognize that the postal service built to serve all Canadians also has a considerable environmental impact. Together, they acknowledge a shared interest and responsibility to reduce Canada Post’s environmental footprint.

Employee Engagement Survey

Dear members of the UPCE,

We strongly encourage members of the UPCE to complete the survey and provide direction to Canada Post. We believe the survey to be an important tool to increase visibility on workplace issues. The current response rate is lower than expected.

You should have received a survey and instructions in the mail.

Salary Protection Decision Status

We are pleased to confirm that the PSAC-UPCE finalized a longstanding dispute regarding the interpretation of Salary Protection, affecting primarily article 31.07 of the PSAC-Canada Post Collective Agreement on September 25th, 2019. On our last count, this decision should positively impact 26 members who were considered to be “red circled” by the corporation. 

UPCE Scholarship Program

Good day members of the UPCE,

As previously mentioned, the Union of Postal Communications Employees “UPCE” has created its own scholarship program for UPCE members and their children. This is in addition to any existing Public Service Alliance of Canada “PSAC” scholarships that may be available.

The $2,000 UPCE Scholarship Program, is available to all UPCE members in good standing at the time of application (and their children), who are enrolled at a post-secondary institution.

Jordan's Principle

Jordan’s Principle is a child-first principle named in memory of Jordan River Anderson, a First Nations child from Norway House Cree Nation in Manitoba. Born with complex medical needs, Jordan spent more than two years unnecessarily in hospital while the Province of Manitoba and the federal government argued over who should pay for his at home care. Jordan died in the hospital at the age of five years old, never having spent a day in his family home. Jordan’s Principle aims to make sure First Nations children