Canada Post bargaining: Tell us how to improve you next contract

Bargaining Input Call

In preparation for this round of bargaining, PSAC has adopted a framework for receipt of bargaining input, with the goal of improving the focus of bargaining, streamlining the process, improving responsiveness to workplace issues and increasing our successes.
Using an online form and a database to input bargaining demands should help to prevent duplication in the input and forwarding of demands. It will also simplify the process of drafting and revising reports for the bargaining conference.

Purolator Bargaining Update

We met with the Company in Vancouver December 5-7 to discuss all outstanding items. We were hopeful we would be able to reach an agreement before the end of the year but due to the number of outstanding items we were unable to do so. The interim survey of the membership and the monetary priorities as suggested by you helped guide our discussions for this session in particular. While we agreed to a number of language changes the main focus but negotiations for this session were primarily focused on monetary discussions.

UPCE scholarship program - Apply before September 5, 2023

Good day UPCE members, 

The Union of Postal Communications Employees is pleased to offer again this year the scholarship program for UPCE members and their children. This is in addition to any existing Public Service Alliance of Canada scholarships that may be available. 

The $2,000 UPCE Scholarship Program is available to all UPCE members in good standing at the time of application (and their children), who are enrolled at a post-secondary institution.  

Program Guidelines 

UPCE will accept submissions until September 5, 2023. All the recipients should receive notification of the award no later than October 6,, 2023. 

food insecurity in the North campaign shines light on food insecurity in the North

PSAC members and their communities are invited to show Canadians what northern food insecurity looks like by taking part in PSAC’s new campaign, Illunnata, which means “all of us” in Inuktitut. Because all of us deserve food security.  

We're asking members and their communities to submit photos showing what food insecurity looks like in the North — grocery store price signs, sticker tags of food prices, grocery receipts, examples of what $100 can buy. Show the rest of Canada what food insecurity looks like for you. 

Still Thirsty for Justice

PSAC launches second campaign to ensure clean water for all

In collaboration with Indigenous communities and in the spirit of reconciliation, PSAC is launching our second campaign to demand safe, clean, water for all.  

Despite repeated promises dating back to 2015 from Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to end long-term water advisories by 2021, the government has failed to meet the deadline, and many First Nations continue to have unreliable access to clean, safe water.  

The Joint National Equity and Diversity Committee

The Joint National Equity and Diversity Committee

You are invited to count yourself in and fill out the Joint Equity Census Survey to help us create a more diverse and equitable workplace. With only five questions, it takes just a few minutes to complete.

We believe that attracting, developing and retaining people who reflect the diversity of Canada are essential steps to achieve our success because this diversity matters to the customers and communities we serve. Your participation will help provide us with the accurate data we need to achieve this.