2017/04/19

Bargaining teams for Canada Post and the Public Service Alliance of Canada/Union of Postal Communications Employees (PSAC/UPCE) met on April 11-12 to discuss proposals. It was the first meeting since February.

The parties have only met over nine days since notice to bargain was filed on August 10, 2016. We are to meet again with the Alliance in mid-May and in late July, but reiterated that we are available to meet at any time to ensure we reach a negotiated settlement in a timely manner.

As indicated in a summary of our key proposals, we are prepared to negotiate wage and benefit increases and other improvements.

We remain fully committed to negotiating a new four-year collective agreement that is fair for employees while meeting our business challenges and the needs of our customers.

The collective agreement expired on August 31, 2016 but will continue to apply as per the terms of the Canada Labour Code.

We will continue to keep you informed of key developments through your team leaders and head office communications.

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2017/03/15

This update provides a summary of the key proposals we have tabled with the Public Service Alliance of Canada/Union of Postal Communications Employees (PSAC/UPCE). The proposals are drafts and could be changed by the parties in the course of negotiations.

Read our summary:

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2017/02/24

Bargaining teams for Canada Post and the Public Service Alliance of Canada/Union of Postal Communications Employees (PSAC/UPCE) met again over three days this week.

PSAC/UPCE tabled most of its remaining proposals, but the pace of negotiations has been slower than the Corporation would like. We are eager to reach a new collective agreement in a timely manner and are prepared to meet at any time, and to negotiate wage increases.

We remain fully committed to negotiating a new four-year collective agreement that is fair for employees while meeting our business challenges and the needs of our customers. The parties are scheduled to meet again in March.

The collective agreement expired on August 31, 2016 but will continue to apply as per the terms of the Canada Labour Code.

We will be providing you with more information on our proposals in the coming weeks, and continue to keep you informed of key developments in negotiations through your team leaders and Head Office communications.

2017/01/19

Bargaining teams for Canada Post and the Public Service Alliance of Canada/Union of Postal Communications Employees (PSAC/UPCE) were back at the negotiating table this week for the first time since the parties exchanged opening proposals in October. The parties met on January 17 and 18.

Our negotiating team spent time elaborating on what we discussed in our opening remarks on October 19. The Corporation tabled all of its language for all of its proposals in order to ensure a mutual understanding. The parties are scheduled to meet again in February.

The Corporation is prepared to provide wage increases and remains committed to achieving a new four-year collective agreement in a timely manner. It is our goal to reach an agreement that is fair for employees and that helps us to address our business challenges.

The collective agreement expired on August 31, 2016 but will continue to apply as per the terms of the Canada Labour Code.

We will keep you informed of key developments in negotiations through your team leaders, Head Office communications.


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