Edition Highlights: New webinar explaining how our union works - National campaign to prepare our membership for the next round of negotiations - The ugly truth behind the Epoch Times - Resources for those with mental health struggles
As a new (or new to caring) CUPW member, it is vital that you learn the many ways to contribute to worker power within your union’s structure and have a basic understanding of what it means to be a part of our Union. It is also necessary that you prepare yourself to effectively push back against CPC’s inevitable negligence and power abuses. Please join us for this three-part webinar!
Whether you believe in defying back-to-work legislation, intimidating the government against using legislation, or winning enough public support to bully Canada Post into rolling over at the bargaining table, all roads start here, with deliberately building up, and being a part of, this vital campaign!
As per direction given by our National executive, locals will be allowed to hold GMMs via video conference during the pandemic with the only restrictions being that local quorum be reached and all participants be clearly documented. The circumstances of this meeting are far from ideal; we ask for your understanding and support in trying our best to keep our local functioning to help our members.
Over the past ten months we have faced down a generational crisis together. When our bosses and governments lost direction at the beginning of this pandemic, our members were the ones that took the wheel and charted the course. No matter how big the storm, the Canadian Union of Postal Workers steadied the ship to keep safely providing a lifeline to the public when they needed it most.