Updates on the Tentative agreement with Purolator!

Confronting racism— Day for the elimination of racial discrimination

The United Nations has made the theme for March 21, 2019: Mitigating and countering rising nationalist populism and extreme supremacist ideologies.

Tentative Agreement reached with Purolator

Congratulations to our Bargaining Team for reaching a tentative agreement with Purolator and thank you to everyone involved, especially our members, for your support!

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UPCE on Back-to-Work Legislation

The UPCE fully supports the CUPW and CLC joint statement on Canada Post negotiations and joins a number of other unions, including the PSAC, our bargaining agent, in condemning the federal government’s back-to-work legislation. We view this legislation as an attack on our rights as workers.


CUPW Rotating Strikes

The UPCE National Executive is appalled to learn that Canada Post management has decided to discontinue sick leave provisions for CUPW represented employees, especially during rotating strikes while a majority of the impacted employees remain actively at work. 

Recognizing the contract dispute, the UPCE vehemently opposes any company’s attempt to win a labour dispute by preying on the most vulnerable. The fact that Canada Post would not only deny its employees from accessing disability benefits, but kick them off the system while they are ill, injured, or disabled is callous.

PSAC-UPCE Pension Advisory Council Alternate

Seeking: PSAC-UPCE Pension Advisory Council Alternate (s)

The PSAC-UPCE is seeking candidates for alternate appointment (s) to the Canada Post Pension Advisory Council.  

The Pension Advisory Council was established when the Canada Post Corporation Registered Pension Plan was formed in 2000 and is part of the current governance structure. The mandate can be found here: https://cpcpension.com/homepage/gov_PAC-e.asp