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The UPCE continues to advocate for a return of the Canada Post Employee Engagement Survey. The Public Service currently uses the Public Service Employee Survey (PSES) which allows the government to identify what it is doing well and where it needs to improve. 

PSAC is happy to announce that a new Collective Agreement has been ratified by members of UPCE Local 20095 working at Purolator Courier in BC. The new contract, which expires in December 2022 and was achieved with the help of a conciliator, includes wage increases, improved leave provisions including extra flexibility and time for bereavement leave, and stronger anti-harassment language.

PSAC and UPCE are expressing some cautious optimism for the future of Canada Post following the government’s public announcement of a new vision for the Corporation.

“We are pleased the government remains committed to Canada Post’s original mandate which is to provide service to Canadians”...

 

The UPCE National Executive met with the Honourable Carla Qualtrough, Minister of Public Services and Procurement on November 30, 2017 to discuss the future of Canada Post.

We reiterated a number of positions, including the following; 

 

Dear UPCE Colleagues,

The 17th UPCE Triennial Convention was held at the Hilton in Mississauga, Ontario on September 17 to 19. Members from coast to coast met to debate the Union’s direction and elect the next UPCE Executive.

The UPCE National Executive Supports your Bargaining Team

RE: Canada Post CEO Deepak Chopra announces he will resign in March 2018

Social Justice Fund (SJF) - Jacqueline Gujarati presents to the PSAC NBoD

The Union of Postal Communications Employees “UPCE” has created its own scholarship program for UPCE members in good standing and their children.  

APPLICATIONS ARE NOW BEING ACCEPTED UNTIL JULY 31, 2017.

C-27 was introduced without notice or consultation with Canadians, pensioners, or unions and proposes measures that directly contradict election promises to improve retirement security for Canadians. If enacted, it will have negative implications for private and public-sector DB plans in every jurisdiction in Canada.

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