MBOT Welcomes Tentative Agreement Between Canada Post and the Canadian Union of Postal Workers
Mississauga Board of Trade Welcomes Tentative Agreement Between Canada Post and the Canadian Union of Postal Workers
Mississauga, Ontario (August 31, 2016) - The Mississauga Board of Trade (MBOT) is very pleased that a tentative agreement has been reached between Canada Post (CP) and the Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW). It is hoped that this agreement will be ratified by the members and bring strength and stability back to Canada's postal service.
"Mississauga is home to the Gateway postal distribution plant - a major centre serving southern Ontario. Businesses rely on effective postal services so an agreement that prevents a work stoppage is very encouraging," said David Wojcik, President & CEO, MBOT. "Many residents of Mississauga work for Canada Post and so its continued operation is doubly important for employees and businesses."
"SMEs and large organizations rely on Canada Post to deliver mail, products, catalogues & financial statements just to name a few articles. The uncertainty of job action to possible strike has been a negative burden specifically to many smaller companies who work within the industry. Service bureaus who provide the preparation and data compliance. Printing companies who have seen their business volumes drop for months leading up to to-day's announcement," said Laura Artibello, President, Canadian Consumers for Paper Options (CCPO).
"On-time delivery, fair market share pricing and quality service is crucial to all mail business. Just as the Post office cannot afford to rapidly lose more volume of mail, nor can the businesses that serve the market. We are relieved to know a tentative agreement has been reached. Mailers can resume print & product marketing on track with confident delivery," Ms. Artibello concluded.
A quick and decisive ratification of this collective agreement is in everyone's best interests.
Established in 1961, Mississauga Board of Trade proudly serves as the leading business association in the sixth largest city in Canada - the third largest city in Ontario - with a population of over 740,000 residents. Mississauga is the location of over 55,000 businesses employing over 440,000 people, including over 60 of Canada's Fortune 500 companies. MBOT's mission is to "Connect, Champion and Advance" the business community within the City of Mississauga.
For more information:
Bahaar Sachdeva
Brand & Communications Manager
Mississauga Board of Trade
905-273-6151 ext. 230
Canada Post and CUPW reach two-year agreements / Postes Canada et le STTP concluent des ententes de deux ans
Is it over? One can only hope...... Votes and paper work to follow, we will remain confident all the T's & Dots are crossed. Canadian's need their Post Office - S T I L L. Canada Post & CUPW have come to an agreement. For more information in English click here. And for information in French click here.
CUPW files 72-hour notice to strike / Le STTP dépose des préavis de grève de 72 heures
Dear partner,
This note is to provide you with an update on labour negotiations with the Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW), which represents our delivery agents and plant workers.
The Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW) has provided Canada Post with 72-hour strike notices. The union will be in a legal position to commence strike action on August 28, 2016, following which they will be free to take further action to disrupt the postal service at any time without additional warning. This action by the union does not necessarily mean a full-scale strike will occur.
As a valued partner, we wanted you to know of this and to share with you the letter we are sending to our customers.
As stated before, we will provide regular status updates to keep you informed throughout the collective bargaining process so that you can make the right decisions for your business and your customers.
Information related to negotiations can also be found at canadapost.ca/update, where you can sign up for email updates.
Regards,
The Partner Team
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Message à nos partenaires
Madame, Monsieur,
Nous vous écrivons pour vous fournir une mise à jour sur nos négociations avec le Syndicat des travailleurs et travailleuses des postes (STTP), qui représente nos agents de livraison et les employés de nos centres de tri.
Le Syndicat des travailleurs et travailleuses des postes (STTP) a envoyé à Postes Canada des préavis de grève de 72 heures. Le STTP sera en droit de déclencher une grève le 28 août 2016 et pourra par la suite prendre des mesures supplémentaires pour interrompre le service postal en tout temps sans avertissement. Cette mesure du Syndicat ne signifie pas nécessairement qu'une grève à grande échelle aura lieu.
Vous êtes un partenaire important pour nous, et nous tenions à vous transmettre la lettre que nous faisons parvenir à nos clients.
Tel qu’indiqué précédemment, nous allons continuer de vous informer en diffusant des mises à jour tout au long du processus afin de vous permettre de prendre au bon moment les décisions qui conviennent pour votre entreprise et pour vos clients.
Vous trouverez également des renseignements relatifs aux négociations sur le site postescanada.ca/bulletin. De là, vous pourrez vous inscrire aux mises à jour par courriel.
Cordiales salutations,
L’équipe du Programme des partenaires ​ For more information about QA in English click here and for information about notice in English click here. For more information about QA in French click here and for information about notice in French click here.
Canada Post trying to 'provoke' workers: CUPW
Well presented this am; Mr. Palecek's news conference. It is not difficult to understand both sides; we the layman outside the room are not privy to what & how this deal can be made. We keep our faith in both sides. Pay raises were publically announced last week Canada Post AGM. Truth be told, Pay Equity was a red herring. CPC best be presenting in utmost trustworthy position. Pension & Binding Arbitration-those are the difficult matters. It won't solve itself, we wait with confidence to now hear from Mr. Chopra on management & board position. Nobody wins in a lock-out/strike. The losses domino.... For more information click here.
How Much Is Enough?
Sustainability & growth; the only business model that will survive.
Attended Canada Post Corporation 2016 AGM last week in Ottawa. Respectful welcome to business visitors, attending postal workers (about 300) & CUPW officials. Overall, a subdued event. Smart questions & comments heard. Reports were clear & concise overall Operations. Balance Sheet supported by actuary.
STILL- Large volume mailers, Value Added Mailers, Industry, wait for a settlement. Postal employees wait to know if they will be working after next week.
Perched behind Mr. Deepak Chopra, my view remains-the hold out issue here is Pension. Salaries have been settled. Confident remaining matters will be resolved on both sides of the table. Pension Plan. Is there a surplus? Yes.
Is the company positive? Yes, they are. Strategic plans for growth, yes there is. As pointed out by Mr. Chopra; the heritage of the company has come full circle. Remember the Simpson-Sears & Eaton trucks? Delivering parcels {24% growth from previous year-end} E-commerce database build-out business model is the future of growth & prosperity. Aka Pension funding!
Hold Out Question: Give it away now at risk of losing all vs. mitigating the possible risk. This is the position spoken by Mr. Wayne Cheeseman, CFO of CPC.
Where will the money come from to support the pension plan which has outgrown the corporation? Interest rates remain very low, Mr. Poloz is not against negative interest rates (let us keep faith we do not follow Japan). The world is unstable; Canadians, we are global.
The postal employees with 25+ years expect their pension secured, as they should. Thousands are set to retire over the next decade.
Mr. Palecek does not believe people should work side by side without having the same benefit upon retirement regardless of their years of employment. Understandable. Is it doable?
With a sustained growth business model yes, it is. Unify on a less risk future. Revisit while settlement at defined on a 5-year contract. Legal commitment from the Crown to adapt upon positive P/L. Maintain, Sustain, Growth, Loss, Risk. Those are the options.
So, how much is enough? A question of money & all things personal……….
For York U. Congratulations Fillmon Daniel
They all leave me.......
For York U. Congratulations Fillmon Daniel; your life journey turns a new direction this week with orientation.
Thank you from all of us for your constant smile. No matter the task we asked. The shop & data are organized and in great shape. Don't forget us when you run a big business down the road; always something to mail/post/research ;)
All the Best Our Young New Friend from all the girls (& boys) at Mailennium.
Keep Smiling!
Inspiring & Wishing Success!
We say good-bye (for now) to our youngest & brightest, Alejandro Cangrejo from Mailennium.
Alejandro has worked so hard in organizing, cleaning-up, shipping/receiving in our warehouse this summer; he's even learned to operate the inkjet!
Students need jobs, companies always need help somewhere. When the two paths cross and they work well together; a win/win for ALL.
Thank you from all of us here; our new young friend, we greatly appreciate your hard work, dedication, gentle soul & logical mind mapping :)
See you on the Dean's List of Mohawk; Aircraft Mechanical Engineering Classes; WHOA! That's a big Smarty Pants ;)
Standing strong; admirable trait. Standing too long.....we tire & lose interest. That cannot happen!
The heat wave is just about back and I'm heading to Ottawa this Friday to hear for myself, the hot issues between Canada Post & CUPW. What is the root problem to this negotiation? Money, Benefits, Pension? Old stuff.......
"Interested in" person, my character in life. Interested to know what the hold out is? We continue to see workers working, verbally sharing their intention to keep working. We understand their Union's job is to 'demand' the best employment package possible for all members.
Crown Corporation, CPC has a duty to serve all Canadian's their mail & packages. They are obligated to run a profitable organization. They are also obligated to provide a safe, healthy & stimulating work environment.
People, the human element here should decide what that is, oui?
Two sides of every table & story. With great interest to understand the achievements & obstacles. My work life force takes responsibility of Canadian's communication moving through the Postal Service channels. I Care. I also promise to practice non-judgement.
Laura Artibello - CCPO & Mailennium President Read more in english click here.
And to read more in French click here.
Many Americans agree that 'go paperless - save trees' is misleading and ineffective
1. 88% agree that when forests are responsibly managed it is environmentally acceptable to use trees to produce products such as wood for construction and paper for printing (81% of 18 to 24 year olds). This is my favorite one! It tells me the large majority of Americans accept the use of trees as a renewable resource to make forest products - as long as it is done responsibly, i.e. by using sustainable forest management and best practices. Great news! It’s no wonder that “go paperless – save trees” claims may be lost on most consumers, even millennials. Not only are these type of claims misleading (for more on that click here) but I would also argue that they are an ineffective marketing startegy. In fact, they probably make most people skeptical or cynical of the real corporate goal…see stat below! 2. 85% of respondents receiving environmental claims such as, “Go Paperless – Go Green”, or “Go Paperless – Save trees” believe companies are seeking to save costs. Not only that, 57% of respondents reported that they question the validity of these claims. Perhaps corporations and governments should not confuse “green” with “green-backs”! This is one of the reasons we suggest that organizations wishing to promote e-services focus on the convenience and practicality of e-transactions rather than environmental messaging or greenwashing. Our most engaged corporate partners have done this and even removed the word paperless and replaced it with online or digital. Call it what it is! 3. 91% agree that, when responsiby produced, used and recycled, print and paper can be a sustainable way to communicate. Another encouraging statistic showing that people trust our products if they know industry is being environmentally responsible and paper products are used responsibly, including recycling and re-use. This result increased by 19% compared to 2013, suggesting a growing environmental acceptance of print and paper. 4. 49% of all respondents still don’t have a reliable internet connection and want paper records. This one shocked me. It demonstrates that there are millions of people that absolutely reply on print and paper for their communications (my parents being among those). Forcing these people online just won’t work, and they should not have to pay to receive paper bills. 5. Roughly three times more people (35%) are seeing ads promoting print and paper compared to 2013 (12%) This is great news and an indication that campaigns such as Paper & Packaging – How Life Unfolds™ are starting to reach more and more people. Over 35% of respondents indicated that they have seen ads promoting the effectiveness or environmental friendliness of print and paper (vs 12% in 2013), and the large majority rated the ads as credible and useful. Some of the other key points to note are: Additional positive trends related to environmental awareness and the preference for print and paper between 2011, 2013 and this most recent survey (June 2016). The great story about sustainable forestry and recycling is not well known and more education is needed, especially with millennials..
The majority of U.S. consumers value paper and disagree with digital-only communications
Dear Laura
Results of a new survey conducted by Toluna Inc. show that a majority of Americans want to retain a choice for paper options rather than be forced into “digital-only” communications.
Chicago, July 21, 2016 – A new survey commissioned by Two Sides and conducted by Toluna Inc. reveals how U.S. consumers view corporate initiatives forcing people into digital-only communication by eliminating paper-based options. The survey also provides insight into consumer opinions on the environmental impacts of digital versus paper-based communications.
Results indicate that many consumers want to retain the choice of receiving paper bills and statements at no additional cost. For example, 79% of respondents want the option to continue receiving printed information as it provides a more permanent record, and 77% would be unhappy if they were asked to pay a premium for paper bills and statements. Other key factors in retaining paper options were ease of reading on paper compared to a screen (79% prefer paper) and unreliable internet access (49%).
Read more click here.
Janne Lau retirement
Sorry means never having to say good bye. See you soon janne lau. Thanks for 14 great years of support, passion, spirit, teaching, and mango pudding. You make the best. Unbelievable to look at this beautiful lady but she really is 64. Thank you from everyone at Mailennium. Keep healthy and happy.
P+PB State of the Campaign at One Year
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Thanks Mississauga News for Sharing my Words and grateful for Mr. Chopra & Mr. Palecek are once again, chatting.....
Mail delivery continues in Peel after Canada Post withdraws lockout notice
Mail delivery will continue as Canada Post has withdrawn a 72-hour lockout notice it issued to its 50,000 unionized workers last week.
Mississauga News
By Chris Clay
You can count Mississauga business owner Laura Artibello as someone who has been closely following the ongoing labour dispute between Canada Post and the union that represents 50,000 of its employees.
To read the full story click here.
Canada Post
72-hour notice period extended to Monday as Canada Post agrees to submit to binding arbitration / Période de préavis de 72 heures prolongée jusqu’à lundi alors que Postes Canada accepte de se soumettre à l’arbitrage final
We encourage the BATNA principle; Positive Negotiation Practice
There is far too much negative energy in our world to-day. Conflict only escalates.
In respect to the disruption already in force between Canada Post Corporation & Union member representative, CUPW we urge both sides to move to binding arbitration. If Minister of Labour Mary-Ann Mihychuk is prepared to take this task to Parliament, so be it. The only ‘so called winners’ here; is competition to the corporation. Both sides of this dispute stand to lose much more than currently on this table. For more information in english click here. And for information in French click here.
Laura Artibello
President
Canadian Consumers for Paper Options
mailto:laura@ccpoalliance.org
416 722-0817
Visit www.ccpoalliance.org
If winter comes, can spring be far behind?
Life can be unpleasant at times; we get through it. Eventually challenges end. This postal disruption; the corporation & the workers unions right now, are holding Canadians hostage. That's not for drama effect. In the 'biz', we need to move communication. There is a lot of mail in this country for those who just dismiss what they don't use/like.
Mr. Chopra & Mr. Palacak; you both have developed a strong self and enact with confidence as leaders. We urge you to continue conversation and create a solution. People are the same; our values as humans employed by CPC are not fluid. Economy's are fluid. Global economics shifted business. Better or Worse, nobody can go back - just as nobody can precisely predict the future.
Comprehend, what can be done to give all workers a fair wage, benefit package & pension plan? Our "fathers & mothers" who worked for our Canadian blue chip with pensions plans stayed because they were "set for life". Good for them. Days gone by.... Wouldn't we all enjoy knowing every employer would look after us for all of our days in exchange for our hard & earnest work. Anyone over the age of 30-40 should recognize the change in this picturesque view.
There is nothing wrong with giving people the responsibility to manage their own pension. There are thousands of professionals trained to help you. For a fee. Guess what, everyone takes a fee.
Postal workers work in a safe, clean, healthy & government mandated on all correct policy work environments. Benefits help them with their dental & medical cost. Their pension; for new hires will take a responsible role in managing their future living expenses. Can you image that? Asking people to be responsible- huh! The corporation has plenty of internal support services to guide you. Union Members, consider yourselves (and I know many carriers do) fortunate. There are plenty of Canadians waiting to take your jobs. Canada Post, consider your position determined to resolution. The Post Office continues in transformation; legacy style demands no longer valid. We all need to understand that.
Thank you, Laura Artibello
Customers should know items may be held if possible work disruption occurs / Les clients doivent savoir que les articles de courrier peuvent être retenus dans l’éventualité d’un arrêt de travail
Additional Information
About the 72-hour notice issued by Canada Post on July 5
• Canada Post notified CUPW that it will be changing the terms and conditions of employment for all employees represented by the union starting Friday, July 8.
• In order to take this step, Canada Post has followed the procedural requirements and issued a 72-hour notice to the union.
• The notice does not necessarily mean that there will be a lockout on Friday.
• It allows the Corporation to take measures that are necessary to respond to the changing business reality, such as adjusting staffing according to the amount of work required.
• There can be no legal work disruption before 12:01 a.m. on Friday, July 8, 2016.
Note –In the event of a full labour disruption, Canada Post will not operate. Mail and parcels will not be delivered, and no new items will be accepted. Any mail and parcels within the postal system during a work disruption will be secured and delivered as quickly as possible once operations resume.
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Information additionnelle
​Au sujet du préavis de 72 heures que Postes Canada a déposé le 5 juillet
• Postes Canada a avisé le STTP qu’elle changerait les conditions d’emploi de tous les employés représentés par le Syndicat à compter du vendredi 8 juillet.
• Afin de passer à cette étape, Postes Canada a respecté les exigences procédurales et a présenté au Syndicat un préavis de 72 heures.
• Le dépôt de l’avis ne signifie pas nécessairement qu’un lock-out sera déclenché vendredi.
• Il permet à la Société de prendre les mesures nécessaires pour réagir à la réalité changeante de l’entreprise, comme l’ajustement de la dotation en personnel en fonction de la charge de travail requise.
• Aucun arrêt de travail légal ne peut avoir lieu avant le vendredi 8 juillet 2016, à 0 h 01.
Note –Postes Canada n’exercera pas ses activités advenant un arrêt de travail complet. Les lettres et les colis ne seront pas livrés, et aucun nouvel article ne pourra être accepté. Les lettres et les colis déjà dans le système postal au cours d’un arrêt de travail seront sécurisés et seront livrés dès que possible à la reprise des activités.​
Canada Post issues 72-hour notice in response to deteriorating business situation / Postes Canada donne un préavis de 72 h pour réagir à la situation qui se détériore
Dear partner,
This note is to provide you with an update on labour negotiations with the Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW), which represents our delivery agents and plant workers.
As a valued partner, we wanted you to know of this and to share with you the letter we are sending to our customers.
As stated before, we will provide regular status updates to keep you informed throughout the collective bargaining process so that you can make the right decisions for your business and your customers.
Regards,
The Partner Team
For more information click here.
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Message à nos partenaires
Madame, Monsieur,
Nous vous écrivons pour vous fournir une mise à jour sur nos négociations avec le Syndicat des travailleurs et travailleuses des postes (STTP), qui représente nos agents de livraison et les employés de nos centres de tri.
Vous êtes un partenaire important pour nous, et nous tenions à vous transmettre la lettre que nous faisons parvenir à nos clients.
Tel qu’indiqué précédemment, nous allons continuer de vous informer en diffusant des mises à jour tout au long du processus afin de vous permettre de prendre au bon moment les décisions qui conviennent pour votre entreprise et pour vos clients.
Cordiales salutations,
L’équipe du Programme des partenaires
For more information in French click here.
CUPW National President Mike Palecek; this greed is breeding stupidity. And stupidity leads to loss.
Canada Post latest offer may be of "insult" to you; it would be an increase to others who have long awaited a raise in wages; private or public work environment. Trust me, we await the same.
Cash is King. Hard to find excess profits since 2008 with exception of a few wealthy & healthy Canadian companies. Good for them.
I'm not commenting {yet} on what Canada Post could or should offer; will trust Mr. Chopra to bring the best settlement to the table. He is a pragmatic man with a forward thinking mindset. Always forward. I know that because I know him.
Dismissed. The highest degree of disrespect for another. To dismiss someone.There are thousands of Canadian's which are publically dismissing the value of Canada Post. The hard working women & men which you represent.
"We live in an electronic & digital world, who needs them"? General statements.
We, who support and live by the industry need them. People without access or want to computers need them. Everyone waiting for their on-line ordered parcel needs them and so on & so on. PSA level testing sent to wrong email......ugly.
You and us are well aware, only Canada Post has the address data ability to deliver each and every package across this massive country of ours. They don't hold back on Nunavut. Post Office boxes, they can open. Multi-units; not a problem - all legal.
This is the guiding principle of marketing and moving communication. Physical & Digital share space; they are not promoted to pit one against the other.
Disruption of service is chaos to the 800,000 of us across this country who work in this industry. Businesses depend on their mail. Not suggesting all; depends on what is delivered daily. Or Not.
Uphold CUPW dignity with valid discussion. Is it better to receive than need?
Thank you & sincerely, Laura Artibello Mailennium & CCPO President
Negotiations Update || Mise à jour sur les négociations
Dear partner,
This note is to provide you with an update on labour negotiations with the Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW), which represents our delivery agents and plant workers.
As a valued partner, we wanted you to know of this and to share with you the letter we are sending to our customers.
As stated before, we will provide regular status updates to keep you informed throughout the collective bargaining process so that you can make the right decisions for your business and your customers.
Regards,
The Partner Team
For more information click Here.
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Message à nos partenaires
Madame, Monsieur,
Nous vous écrivons pour vous fournir une mise à jour sur nos négociations avec le Syndicat des travailleurs et travailleuses des postes (STTP), qui représente nos agents de livraison et les employés de nos centres de tri.
Vous êtes un partenaire important pour nous, et nous tenions à vous transmettre la lettre que nous faisons parvenir à nos clients.
Tel qu’indiqué précédemment, nous allons continuer de vous informer en diffusant des mises à jour tout au long du processus afin de vous permettre de prendre au bon moment les décisions qui conviennent pour votre entreprise et pour vos clients.
Cordiales salutations,
L’équipe du Programme des partenaires
For more information click Here.
LONG WEEKEND
FREE SPIRITS as we approach our summer & most festive long holiday weekends, together.
Happy Canada Day – Canada
Happy Independence Day – America
Extraordinary fireworks to watch + Sparkling water to play in + Bright Days to Shine upon us & Exciting journeys for travel
Keep/Travel Safe, Play nice, Eat healthy, Chat, Look-Up, Renew Yourself and Breath......Slowly........
WOO HOO FROM MAILENNIUM WHO ADAMANTLY ADMIT,
CANADIANS LIVE FOR LONG WEEKENDS
Fee suspended for Specified Delivery Start Date option || Suspension des frais pour l’option Date de début de livraison préciséessss
Canada Post is still negotiating with the Canadian Union of Postal Workers and hopes for negotiated collective agreements. We recognize, however, that a work disruption is possible. Canada Post is therefore temporarily suspending the fee for the Specified Delivery Start Date option for Neighbourhood Mail. The mailing will be delivered on a best effort basis, until the situation returns to normal.

Les frais pour l’option Date de début de livraison précisée sont suspendus. Postes Canada négocie toujours avec le Syndicat des travailleurs et travailleuses des postes et espère conclure des conventions collectives négociées. Nous reconnaissons toutefois qu’un arrêt de travail pourrait avoir lieu à un moment donné. En conséquence, Postes Canada suspend temporairement les frais pour l’option Date de début de livraison précisée pour le service Courrier de quartier. La livraison commencera au moment voulu dans la mesure du possible, jusqu’au retour à la normale de la situation.
Canada Post
Negotiations Update - International Mailing Deadlines
Why Millions of Americans Choose Paper
Dear Laura
“Green” marketing of e-billing has not swayed people from retaining their paper option
USA Today recently featured the results of a Creditcards.com
survey and it’s another example of the social benefits of print and paper:
· 54% of American adults receive credit card or checking account statements by mail.
· Loyalty to paper is fierce with 46% saying they would not switch away from paper, even if charged for the statements.
· Many receive both, with 44 to 55% receiving statements both electronically and on paper.
These results confirm previous Two Sides surveys which identified that 64% would not choose a company that did not offer a paper bill option, and 91% are unwilling to pay for paper bills.
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Negotiations Frequently Asked Questions / Questions et réponses
The formal conciliation period for Canada Post and the Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW) ended June 17.
Talks continue and Canada Post remains fully committed to reaching separate negotiated settlements with CUPW-Urban and CUPW-RSMC.
Attached are some Frequently Asked Questions that will provide you additional information in the event a service disruption were to occur.
As stated before, we will provide regular status updates to keep you informed throughout the collective bargaining process so that you can make the right decisions for your business and your customers. For more information in English click here and for information in French click here.
Negotiations Update - International Mailing Deadlines
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Father's Day Celebration
HOW COME THE BOYS OF SUMMER GET CAKE TOO? AND PRESENTS.....
HAPPY FATHER’S DAY TO ALL THOSE DAD’S
& MEN OUT THERE THAT TAKE CARE OF SO MANY.
FROM MAILENNIUM GROUP; HAPPY HOT SUMMER WEEKEND ALL.
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ARIVA Update
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Mailing and shipping recommendations in advance of potential work disruption
Attached is a letter from Canada Post to customers that provides an update on our negotiations with the Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW). As indicated before, we intend to keep stakeholders informed throughout the negotiations process.For reading in English click here and for French click here .
Negotiations with CUPW-Urban and CUPW-RSMC continue on this last day of conciliation
Attached is a letter from Canada Post to customers that provides an update on our negotiations with the Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW). As indicated before, we intend to keep stakeholders informed throughout the negotiations process. For reading in English click here and for French click here .
June Vol 3 Issue 5
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